WE are just 24 hours away from Apple’s biggest launch event  of the year..

we are just 24 hours away from Apple’s biggest launch event  of the year. The event is at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Appleark, Cupertino.

THE  prediction  of the is from the reputed analyst Ming-chi Kuo and he also issued the research note obtained by the apple ,that the event is going to  contain many new things such as:

**Apple iPad Pro 2018 to finally adopt USB Type-C support:


The note predicts that 2018 iPad Pro tablets will finally move over the Lightning cable and support USB Type-C interface. It may also come with an 18W power adapter out of the box. Putting some weight on the previous rumours, Kuo added that the tablet may have FaceID tech onboard as well.



**Lower-priced MacBook coming:


Also mentioned is the arrival of a cheaper MacBook laptop. Although it is not clear if the device will be replacing the current 12-inch model or will simply be an upgrade. Nonetheless, it is said to feature a TouchID sensor much like the current and last-gen MacBook Pros. However, there won’t be a TouchBar. “The new low-price MacBook may replace the position of the current 12″ MacBook. We expect this new model to support the Touch ID but it will not have the Touch Bar,” the research note stated.


**Apple Watch Series 4 to have new material build, larger screen:

Apple Watch Series 4 will also be launching soon, probably with the upcoming iPhone devices. The new smartwatch is said to feature ceramic back build along with electrocardiography (ECG/EKG) functionality. Apple Watch Series 4 is likely to have a larger screen with thinner bezels on the sides. A recent leak pointed towards the same and added that a larger screen would lead to more functions on the screen.

**The cheaper model likely to keep you waiting:



Apple iPhone 6.1-inch model aka iPhone CX aka iPhone 9 will be reaching in limited quantities in the market, says the note. The production of the device has reportedly been pushed to late September or early October due to quality issues with the assembly and display.




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