Apple’s “Peek Performance” launch event is only a day away, and Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known Apple analyst, is here with another forecast for what may be shown. The long-time source claims that Apple is planning to release a more powerful Mac Mini, which might have the company’s M1 Pro or M2 chip.
The second new feature is a 27-inch Apple display that doesn’t include mini-LED technology. The 32-inch Pro Display XDR is the only monitor presently available from Apple, and it costs $4,999. Offering a more inexpensive alternative would be much appreciated. Kuo doubts that Apple will announce a new 13-inch MacBook Pro during the event, and he also thinks that the anticipated next-generation Mac Pro and iMac Pro will not be released until 2023.
A new iPhone SE model with 5G connection, an Apple A15 CPU, and the same fundamental design as its predecessor from 2020 are likely to be announced during the presentation. A refreshed iPad Air is also on the way, with newer components. On Tuesday, March 8, Apple’s event begins at 10:00 a.m. PST. Source