Top Stories: 10.8-Inch iPad, Apple Glasses, AirPods Studio, iPhone 12, and 14-Inch MacBook Pro Rumors | Instant News

With the new Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro now outside the door and there are still around six weeks to WWDC, much of Apple’s news this week focuses on rumors. We hear new information about a larger display for the cheaper Apple iPad model, called the Apple Glasses, and the upscale Apple AirPods Studio headphones.

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Other rumors include upcoming new colors for Apple’s Pro PowerBeats, the timeframe for the 14-inch MacBook Pro, and details on the iPhone 12 Pro, while we also see major updates to Apple’s Logic Pro X audio editing software. Watch the video above and read on below to get the biggest news this week!

Apple Glasses is said to be launching in 2022 at the earliest, the new 10.8-Inch iPad and the 9-Inch Mini-iPad in 2020-2021

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo returned this week with new details about upcoming products over the next two years. First, he hoped 10.8-inch iPad mini and a new 8.5 to 9-inch mini will be launched in the second half of 2020 and the first half of 2021each. Like the new iPhone SE, Kuo believes this iPad model will be more affordable and equipped with the latest generation A-series chips.

In line with other reports, Kuo also hopes that the so-called Apple Glasses will be launched in 2022 and offer an innovative augmented reality experience. Apple is believed to be working on it two products worn on the head, including larger headsets and thinner, sleeker glasses.

Jon Prosser, who has shared a number of accurate or corroborated rumors in recent months, a little different from Kuo in terms of time managementHowever, as he said the current glasses “are intended for March-June 2021.”

Apple Over-Ear Headphones Can Be Called ‘AirPods Studio’ and Cost $ 349

Apple’s high-end over-ear headphones will be called AirPods Studio and sell for $ 349, according to leaker Jon Prosser. A separate report this week claims that headphones will display head and neck detection and special equalizer settings with low, medium and high frequency adjustments.

Another rumor this week shows that Apple will do it soon to launch the existing Powerbeats Pro in four new colors, including Cloud Pink, Spring Yellow, Glacial Blue and Lava Red.

Compare 13-Inch MacBook Pro with MacBook Air and iPad Pro

Earlier this month, Apple refreshed the 13-inch MacBook Pro with a more reliable Magic Keyboard, a 10th generation Intel processor option that is faster, graphics performance up to 80 percent faster, up to 32GB RAM, double the storage in standard configurations, and more .

In one of our latest videos, us comparing the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with the recently refreshed MacBook Air and iPad Pro, look at performance, design, software and other considerations. We also share detailed feature by feature comparison of the base model of the 13-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.

The 14-Inch MacBook Pro is now rumored to be Launched in 2021

Apple finally survived with the same size display at that time refresh the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Magic Keyboard and a faster processor option earlier this month, but the 14-inch model might still be on the table.

An anonymous Twitter account with a fairly accurate track record this week suggests that The 14-inch MacBook Pro will be launched at some point by 2021.

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had previously said that Apple planned to release at least six Mini-LED products at the end of 2021, including the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models. Overall, these rumors can show that the 14-inch MacBook Pro with Mini-LED backlight will be released at some point next year.

iPhone 12 Pro is rumored to be showing a 120MHz ProMotion Screen, 3x Camera Zoom, and Enhanced Face ID

The iPhone 12 Pro model will display a ProMotion screen, allowing for variable refresh rates of up to 120Hz for finer and more responsive motion content, according to Leakers Max Weinbach and Jon Prosser. This feature debuted on the iPad Pro in 2017.

In contrast, screen analyst Ross Young has claimed that power is low LTPO backplane technology is very important for the iPhone to support ProMotion, because it will allow for a variable refresh rate as low as 1Hz to save battery. Young doesn’t expect Apple to adopt LTPO on the iPhone until 2021, and as such he doesn’t expect the iPhone to support ProMotion until next year.

Weinbach also expects the iPhone 12 Pro model to feature a 3x optical zoom for photos and an improved Face ID to unlock devices from various angles.

Logic Pro X 10.5 Released With Live Loops, New Beat Maker, and Much More

Apple this week announced release Logic Pro X version 10.5 with the new Live Loops feature that was first introduced in GarageBand for the iPhone and iPad, a completely redesigned sampling workflow, new knock tools, and many other new features.

Live Loops allows users to arrange loops, samples and recordings into a new music box. From there, the track can be further refined using all professional production features in Logic Pro X. Remix FX enhances Live Loops with a collection of electronic effects that can be done in real time through individual tracks or the entire mix of songs.

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