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Apple may launch the iPad in two size options 11-inch and 13 inch soon along with the MacBook Air




First launched back in June of 2007, Apple has always shown its potential in the market and has also been on the top when it comes to processing and camera quality. Apple’s first smartphone was launched back in 29th June 2007 and since then there have been many improvements and changes to help customers with the best and most diverse choices.

From the release of the first smartphone to now release new MacBook Air and iPad Apple has come a long way and now some new speculations have come forth. The original MacBook, available in black or white color, was released on May 16, 2006, and used the 32-bit Intel Core Duo processor and 945GM chipset, with Intel’s GMA 950 integrated graphics on a 667 MHz front-side bus.

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Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has recently predicted that Apple will release their new M3 chip MacBook Air and their new MacBook Air. The predictions made previously have always been correct, so we might get new devices to admire by March 2024; he has also confirmed that the new Macbook Air will be released in two size options, and the M3 Mac Pro and the Mac Studio will be released later.

Apple iPad in two size options 11-inch and 13 inch soon

With the release of new iPads, Apple is also planning to make the options more distinct so that the customers can make an easier choice; the iPad is also expected to have the new M3 chip installed and would have an OLED display and come in two sizes, that would be 11 and 13 inches.

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The Macbook M3 Air would come in the usual sizes of 13 and 15 inches; Gurman also wrote that the M3 Mac Pro and Mac Studio might be released in late 2024 or even delayed to 2025 but will have the new M3 chips.

On the other hand, the iPad Air will be launched in two sizes, too, 10.9 and 12.9 inches, but will have the older M2 chip. These changes would help customers make a difference between the high-end and the standard iPads so that people can choose the one that fits their needs.

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