Apple will host its first event of 2022 on Tuesday, March 8. Most of the March events are not as interesting as September and October.
But this time around, Apple is rumored to be releasing its cheapest phone. That is why this March event can be special.
Apple’s first event this year will feature the iPhone SE 3, the new iPad Air, and Apple’s new Silicon Mac. Today we are going to show you the possible products that can be made public in Tuesday’s program.
IPhone SE FiveG
It is said that there is not much difference between the iPhone SE that will be released this year and the iPhone SE that will be released in 2020. The iPhone SE is a phone made public after the iPhone 8.
Features include a 4.7-inch LCD, multiple bezels, a Touch ID, and a home button. This time too, the FaceID feature will not be available on the iPhone SE.
Based on the A15 chip, the phone will be available in 64 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB storage variants. This phone is said to be Apple’s cheapest phone so far.
Another highlight of the March 8 event will be the new version of the iPad Air. Unlike the iPhone SE, there will be no new design changes. However, it is expected to be available in new colors.
Apple is also upgrading the iPad Air to the A15 chip. It also supports the FiveG network. It is estimated to cost 599.
Along with the M1 chip, this time Apple will also release a mini version of the Mac. The Mac Mini will use the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.
It will have 10 core CPUs, eight high-power cores, and two high-efficiency cores. The Pro chip supports up to 32 GB of RAM while the M1 Max can support up to 64 GB of RAM. It is said that this time Mac Mini will be available in new colors and new designs.
13-inch MacBook Pro
According to market rumors, this time Apple is also releasing an updated version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro. Although it is said that Apple will use the M2 chip, so far nothing definite has come out about this.
This time Apple will provide a refresh rate of 120 Hz in the 13-inch MacBook Pro. However, not much is known about this.