Apple’s big event is expected to take place on March 21. A rumor says MacBook Pro and Apple Watch 2 are also coming out during the event along with iPad Air 3, iPad Pro, iPhone 6C and iPhone 5SE.
Spotting a speculation Trusted Reviews has reported that Apple Watch 2 will appear on March 21 because Apple Watch(original) also came out during the same period last year. Apple Watch 2 will be different from its sibling. It will arrive with the magnetic wristband. These bands will protect the watch from damages. The band will have two separate straps made from the malleable material. Inside that, magnets are embedded in alternating or varying patterns of polarity, Apple Insider reported. ?In one configuration the wristband is magnetically coupled around a user?s wrist. In another configuration the magnetic wristband can be magnetically coupled around an electronic device to which it is attached. In this second described configuration the magnetic wristband acts as a protective cover for the electronic device to which the wristband is attached,? as per the official abstract of magnetic band disclosed on the US Patent and Trademark Office website. In addition, to these buyers will find ?a front-facing camera, built-in cellular GPS and a powerful battery in Apple Watch 2.
MacBook Pro 2016 is also likely to be launched on March 21. MacWorld says Apple usually brings out laptops at this time of the year. MacBook Pro 13 model received the update a year ago. ?We see MacBook as a stronger candidate for becoming a theme given solid growth in the business segment, as well as a potential upgrade to hit the market in 1H16,? KGI Securities? Ming-Chi Kuo ?in AAPL investor report, according to 9to5 Mac. MacBook Pro will sport two USB C ports, IPS technology, Force Touch trackpads, FaceTime HD camera, dual Mics and stereo speakers. It will also pack 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology. Since Apple has not mentioned anything about MacBook Pro?s features, you must take these informations with a pinch of salt.
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