Apple reportedly announcing iPad Pro with USB-C, MacBook Air successor, and new Mac Mini next week

According to Bloomberg

Apple plans to release updates on its USB-C port, a 13-inch notebook to replace the MacBook Air, and an updated Mac Mini on Tuesday morning . Mark Gurman of Bloomberg is usually the decisive name for pinching exactly what he sees on the day of the event, and we now have the answer.

Gurman identifies rumors that the iPad Pro (apparently two sizes) will be redesigned with almost edge-to-edge display, Face ID and USB-C ports. This is the first time Apple has sold a proprietary Lightning Port for the increasingly common USB-C standard. The report says that the new iPads do not have a home button, so you can get an Apple-made graphics chip that you've never seen on your iPad before.

A subsequent version of MacBook Air is a high resolution screen. Whether it's an updated part from Air's body, a new Air take, or an alternate version of the MacBook, it's not clear what we're going to do. However, it is certain that some kind of major update will come. Bloomberg said he would have a 13-inch screen and said it would be at least different from today's MacBook.

Mac Mini fans have also given patience to their patience as they will receive the first spec update since 2014. Bloomberg says it will have other features for new processors and pro users. The updated iMac and iMac Pro work just like the processor bumps on a 12-inch MacBook, but it's not clear whether they can prepare for the event.

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