Today, in addition to being International Women’s Day, should mark a new Apple event, the so-called “Peek Performance”. And analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, known in the field for his accurate information — or, at the very least, guiding — took to Twitter last Sunday to suggest what might appear on stage there.
Among the devices, there may be a more powerful Mac Mini, which may come with the company’s M1 Pro or M2 processors. He still cites a 27-inch Apple monitor, without mini-LED, and which should be more affordable than the brand’s 32-inch Pro Display XDR currently available for PHP 299,990 — this in its standard glass model in the country.
In addition to hinting at what’s to come, the analyst also points out that the next-gen MacBook Pro and iMac Pro could be in store for 2023. With that, we will have room for a good dose of rumors and revelations until then.
Among other announcements expected for this event, which takes place on Wednesday at 2 a.m (Manila time), are the new generation of iPhone SE – with 5G connectivity, A15 platform and the same design as the predecessor – as well as a new iPad Air with updated components.