In its spring event, rumors are spread of Apple planning to announce the new iPhone SE and iPad Air. As Mark Gurman, a Boomerang journalist says in the latest article.
Alongside the new iPhone SE 5G and the fifth-generation iPad Air, Apple may also announce a redesigned 27-inch iMac with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips and a high-end Mac mini with M1 Pro and M1 Max chipsets.
Latest iPad Air
iPad Air 5G might have the same features as the new iPad mini, having an A15 Bionic chip, a 12-megapixel Ultra Wide front camera with Center stage support, fifth-generation help for cellular structures, and Quad-LED True Tone Flash.
According to a trusted Mac news source; Mac Otakara (Japanese blog):
The new iPad Air would have the same model as the current overall design, as well as it will contain a single-lens rear camera. The recent iPad Air, Released in October 2020, features a 10.9-inch display with slim bezels, a Touch ID power button, and a USB-C port, with color choices containing Sky Blue, Space Gray, Silver Green, and Rose Gold.
New iPhone SE
The Tawainese Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that the iPhone SE with 5G will embody the same design as the present model, with a 4.7-inch display, Touch ID home button, and thicker bezels.
Kuo announced that critical upgrades to the device would include 5th generation support, a speedy processor, and the A15 Bionic chip found in iPhone 13 models.
According to the CEO of Display Chain Consultants(DSCC);
“Apple 5G SE model starting panel production this month. Phone production is likely from March. This means a launch is expected for 2H April/early May with shipments from late April or early May.”
Redesigned 27-Inch iMac
According to the information from different sources, Apple is planning to update its 27-Inch iMac with a min-LED display, which may release in the first half of 2022.
Like the 2021 MacBook Pro models, the 2022 iMac will feature a ProMotion display technology, allowing up to a 120Hz refresh rate.
The updated 27-inch iMac may also house the same M1 Pro and M1 Max chips that debuted in the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro last year. The switch to Apple silicon should result in a slimmer design to the 24-inch iMac.
I believe that Apple always brings up the best, and at this Apple Event expect nothing different.