Apple has practically confirmed the existence of its rumored "AirTags," with designs for the location tracking device surfacing showing a tightly-packed yet extremely compact accessory, as well as holsters and unexpected use cases.
Apple's second fall special event, "Hi, Speed," has been announced , and is expected to feature new "iPhone 12" models alongside some other products. Here's what Apple could offer up during the presentation.
We're all waiting to see the "iPhone 12" at Apple's "Hi, Speed" event. There's a possibility for more, though, including a new "HomePod mini," but maybe also an "iPhone for Life" upgrade plan. Plus we discuss the new features in iOS 14 photos, and remember Steve Jobs, on the AppleInsider podcast.
Jon Prosser claims that Apple is delaying "AirTags" to March 2021, and that while the "AirPods Studio" headphones will not be launched in October, they are due soon and pricing will start at $350, with a $599 luxury model possible.
Apple has revealed it will be holding its second fall special event on October 13, one that is anticipated to feature the launch of the "iPhone 12" generation, as well as other products like "AirTags."
Just one day before Apple is set to reveal new products as part of its "Time Flies" special event, prolific leaker Jon Prosser has offered more details of what to expect for "AirTags," including renders of what it will look like.
Another leaker is casting doubts on the possibility of an imminent hardware release, with the expected Tuesday press release predicted to just contain details of when the fall "iPhone 12" launch event will take place.