Apple’s AirTag tracker is imminent (again) and will launch in March alongside an iPad Pro mini-LED, if the latest information is correct.

A Apple Announcement is expected in March and rumors suggest that AirTag might finally be showing up, as well as an update to the iPad Pro lineup. The 2020 version of the iPad Pro launched last spring and has lost some value compared to the iPad Air. 4. A summary of what these new products can bring will help anyone who is interested in a new iPad, as well as those who are curious about the new one from Apple. AirTag product category.

Apple typically releases products in the spring and fall. March often sees updates for the iPad and sometimes new Mac computers. September usually brings the new iPhone, Apple Watch, and often iPad and Mac computer updates, as the fall event is the biggest. Apple occasionally releases products in other months, so those dates are not set in stone. In 2020, the year-end event was split into three consecutive months – September, October, and November – updating the iPad Air, introducing a new HomePod mini and AirPods Max earbuds, and a big update for the iPhone.

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The AirTag may be released in March, according to a leaking Apple tweet Jon prosser, who noted that no further delays were expected, along with a crossed fingers emoji. The reason for the additional reassurance, tempered by an expression of uncertainty, is due to repeated assertions about the imminent arrival of the product last year. The AirTag has been rumored and leaked by others, and Apple even filed patents that appear to be on this very product, so it certainly appears to be real. In a follow-up tweet, Prosser replied to a question about the iPad Pro, sharing that it will also arrive in March. AirTag is expected to be an improved item tracker that uses ultra-broadband technology to locate location much more precisely than standard trackers. Prosser shared versions of a supposed AirTage last year.

AirTag Delay and iPad Pro rumors

Apple AirTag patent drawings

Last year was, of course, the year the pandemic began to severely limit mobility, which is a key aspect of why a tracking product like AirTag is needed, so delaying makes sense. With outdoor travel currently being kept to a minimum, the product is likely to become more popular when travel restrictions are removed. Perhaps that will come with the distribution of the vaccine and Apple may be anticipating that this is the right time to launch it. There could also be an added incentive due to Samsung’s launch of a similar Galaxy SmartTag in January of this year. Apple’s solution may have more uses than just being an object tracker, but so far it only serves to feed the imagination.

The next release of the iPad Pro seems safer as the current model is a year old and the reason to buy the high-end model is no longer as compelling when the lower-cost iPad Air 4 has many of the same specs and capabilities. The iPad Pro 2021 is rumored to be the first Apple product to receive mini-LED backlighting, which should result in a significant improvement in brightness, contrast, and black level, bringing it closer to the quality of iPhone 12 displays. Naturally , the new iPad Pro will have a faster processor, probably an A14X, which would be a faster version of the A14 that powers the iPad Air 4, due to it having more cores. Although it remains to be seen if the elusive AirTag will definitely appear next month, the new iPad Pro models should at least.

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Source: Jon Prosser / Twitter

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