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Apple may also launch new iPads at March 25 event alongside new streaming service

15 March 2019 2

Apple has scheduled an event which will be held on March 25 and while we expect much-rumored streaming service like Netflix at the event, new AirPods 2 and iPads are also suspected. It should be noted while the AirPods 2 and the much-awaited AirPower were already expected to launch alongside this new streaming service, the information on the new iPads launch sound a bit odd.

According to a new report from DigiTimes, Apple will launch these new iPads as component suppliers from Asia are already manufacturing parts for unreleased Apple products, including iPad and AirPods. The report throws light on what looks legit; it mentions that the flexible PCB makers Flexium Interconnect and Zhen Ding Technology are readying mass production for the next-gen iPad, and Compeq Manufacturing and Unitech PCB make rigid-flex boards for the upcoming AirPods models.

The report goes on to clearly say that Apple is expected to introduce the new-generation iPad and AirPods series at the event on March 25.

According to a recent report, Apple is expected to bring a 10.2-inch iPad 7 and a non-Pro iPad with a 10.5-inch model. But they will not be launched together, however, the report from DigiTimes clearly hints at different models’ launch.

The AirPods 2 is expected to hold a new case that can be recharged wirelessly by accessories like the AirPower and other compatible products.


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