DigiTimes is reporting that Apple will be pushing out several new tablets and a new entry-level MacBook. At the same time, the report also states that the company has no plans to expand it iPad Mini line.
As the market slowly weans off tablets, Apple is choosing instead to focus on its higher-end models and will shower this year’s iPad Pro with new features and functions. Some new features reportedly includes a USB Type-C port instead of the lightning port, smaller bezels and updated processors. There’s also a mention of 18W fast charging for the tablets, which should be similar to the next generation iPhone in charging performance.
Apple is also said to be readying a new entry-level MacBook, fitted with Intel’s Kaby Lake Core CPUs. While an entry-level MacBook may sound like good news for some, we should point out that Apple has a tendency of generally placing a premium on its products, so don’t be surprised if the entry-level MacBook is still priced on the high side.