Apple to launch Airtags, MacBooks and New AR device in 2021: Kuo


Apple AirTags, new MacBook models with Apple Silicon, and an augmented reality (AR) device are said to be the next products from the Cupertino-based company in 2021. This information was shared by renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Equipment with new airpods and mini-LED displays are also on the pipeline. In addition, a famous Apple tipster shared the 3D animation of the airtags, claiming that it came from Apple. At present, the Cupertino giant does not share any information on the above devices.

Report MacRumors said the analyst was Ming-Chi Kuo Apple Its beginning Air tags, Tile-like tracking device, this year. It allows users to identify and track their personal belongings and notify them even when separated from the tagged item.

Apple airtags have been in the news for a while and it looks like they have officially announced them this year. There is also a tipster zone processor Shared The 3D animation of the airtags that caused the rumor on YouTube was detected by the software engineer. The animation shows iOS Like Air pods And other accessories. It shows a white circular device, which is very similar to the picture Shared Back in September by the same tipster. Apple AirTags are tipped to support Bluetooth LE and Ultra-Wideband (UWB) connectivity. The front looks completely empty and the Apple logo can be seen on the metallic back.

Returning to the information shared by Kuo, Apple may also be releasing an enhanced reality (AR) device, the headset, which may be a pair Glasses, Or both, according to the report.

The company said it will release its own MacBook models throughout the year, along with new AirPods this year. Apple is also said to work with MacBook models Mini-LED displays It could be released this year. In early December last year, Kuo shared that the new iPad models will be released in 2021 with two new MacBook Pro models and a mini-LED display.

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