New Apple products coming on Tuesday morning?

Yolanda Curtis
March 22, 2017

The publication explained that the speculation is at a high as well because Apple normally issues its press releases during that time frame. Last week, analysts stated that Apple is introducing three new iPads to the market: a 9.7-inch model, a 12.9-inch variant and an all-new 10.5-inch tablet. Then, it could just promote them with a modified storefront, so visitors of its online store can easily learn about the company's new products.

Apple is infamous for always overpricing its products and the new iPad Pro 2 offering is not going to be an exception to this rule.

In addition to this, Mac Otakara, a Japanese blog suggested that the Cupertino giant will throw a March event to introduce its all new iPad Pro lineup.

Rumored new products include both 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPads as well as a rumored 10.5-inch model with new design. Apart from this, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro along with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro are expected to be updated as well.

Apple controversially dropped the traditional headphone port from its new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus handsets which it unveiled a year ago.

At this point in time, the rumors and reports seems highly unlikely as the month of March is already more than a half way through. Furthermore, it was reported that new products will be released within the week.

The company's System Status page does not represent any foreseeable products. What we don't for sure is what display technology it will use, although many believe that Apple will stick with LCD panels.

This is it for now, folks.

Apple cites scheduled maintenance for the offline period, as MacRumors first pointed out, but the page specifies that the Apple Online Store "will be updated" which could mean either backend components or new product pages.

Given Apple is rumoured to be updating its iPad line, as well as adding new iPhone storage and color options, it seems there's a decent chance tomorrow might be the day. Share your thoughts in the comments.

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