For example, several sources cited the new design of the Apple Watch and were supposed to Comes with display and flat edges. Even Mark Garman, one of Apple's most famous product analysts, confirmed the same new design two days before the event. But in the end, the new Apple Watch that Apple introduced is not much different in appearance from its predecessor.
Ming-Chi Koo, who has a long history of spreading rumors about Apple products, announced a few days ago that we will see the introduction of the third generation of AirPads at the event. According to reports, Apple has been redesigning the product in recent months, and even one of the reports announced the start of mass production in August. But it seems that the launch date of this product was not predicted correctly, and we will probably see it introduced at the next Apple event.
Mark Garman also said that the iPhone 13 Pro models will be thanks to the display. Based on LTPO technology, they offer always-on display capability. Another well-known whistleblower confirmed this, but in the end this feature did not find its way into the iPhone 13 series.
In addition, Ming-Chi Koo announced a few weeks ago that the iPhone 13 series They support satellite communication capability. A day later, Bloomberg News reported that the iPhone 13 may have such a feature in terms of hardware, but it does not use software related to this feature. But in the end, neither the ceremony nor the Apple site mentions this issue.
In this regard, we should also mention the rumors about the new generation MacBook Pro. If rumor has it that this laptop has some cool features, you should always consider the possibility that some of the rumors may not come true.
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Source: The Verge