Apple has been a market leader in the world of hardware technology for a long time now. The company has been coming out with a large number of updates and upgrades for the users over the last several decades.
Apple has been a name which has changed the way the markets come out with their products, and has especially changed the way the consumers look at their products.
The concepts of a consumer’s perspective towards a phone, tablet or a music player has been totally revamped by Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod devices. Apple is soon expected to release the following devices in the month of March –
- iPad Air 3
Apple’s iPad Air 3 is expected to be released in the March event, and it will be the latest in the line of the iPad Air devices. The iPad Air 3 is expected to come out featuring a 9.7 inched screen, along with a flash with the camera in the back.
The iPad Air 3 is also expected to release with a 3.5 mm jack, which was widely speculated to be axed by the company. Apple, for those unaware, is working on a plan to have the 3.5mm jack completely removed in order to trim the devices by 1mm.
The iPad Air 3 also borrows a couple of tricks from the books of the iPad Pro. The iPad Air 3 features a smart connector, as seen in the cover case which was leaked. The purpose of the connector is unknown as of now.
The device also comes out with a Four speaker setup, similar to that of the iPad Pro, which allows a more dynamic audio playback.
- iPhone 5SE
The latest iPhone 5 device, the iPhone 5SE is expected to release on the 15th of March. The SE in the name stands for ‘special edition’. The phone is expected to release with a smaller, 4 inched screen and run on the iOS 9.3 upon launch.
The iPhone 5SE will be carrying a 1652mAh battery, and will feature a touch ID sensor. The phone will not be able to carry the 3D Touch feature, and will be releasing in a rose-gold variant too.
As of this moment it is unclear if the users would be able to click live images via the device.
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