Tomorrow’s Apple event has been covered differently, so you do not need to get another summary of what comes from me. At this point, it seems pretty clear that we̵
In fact, I do not think my wallet can handle much more. A new stainless steel Apple Watch Series 6 will give me back $ 699 plus tax. And rumor has it that Apple will increase the price of the iPad Air from $ 499 to $ 599, which does not sound too unreasonable given the upgrade it receives. However, dropping $ 1300 in a week with more Apple equipment still coming this fall is nothing to sneeze at. I’m selling my old Apple Watch, so it will at least give a little back.
Is there anyone else out there who wants to pre-order a new Apple Watch or iPad Air tomorrow or later this week? If you watch Watches, which one are you interested in, Series 6 or SE? Are you an iPad fan looking interested in Air’s new iPad Pro-like features? How about Apple’s new fitness service or Apple One service pack?
Or are you holding out for Apple’s next event, which will feature a lot of iPhone news. Such things are in line, I also expect that all the other elements we have heard about, such as AirPods Studio, AirTags and a new HomePod, will also appear at that event. I’ll probably get an AirTag or two, but I’ll DEFINITELY get a set of AirPods Studio. In fact, I’m probably more excited about them than any other Apple product coming this fall. Anyone else looking forward to something coming in October?
According to Mark Gurman earlier today, it looks like the first of ARM MacBooks will come sometime in November. There is no way to know if there will be a third event specifically for this release, but I suspect it could be. Who’s looking forward to buying the first of Apple’s new Macs?
I can not imagine buying a straight ahead, but I must admit that this new direction is exciting. I can look for a used or on sale a few months after release, especially if Apple repeats the 12 ′ MacBook with a processor that is really designed for the form factor.
That’s it for tonight. Remember that tomorrow’s event is on the early side at 10.00 in the Pacific, at. You can catch it on Apple’s event website here, or on YouTube here.