Deals: Woot Discounts AirPods Pro to $189.99 ($59 Off)

Alonzo Simpson
November 21, 2020

This suggests that the first half of 2021 will launch the new iPad; it is not hard to foresee a March or April launch.

MacRumours has reportedly gotten a letter sent by Kuo to investors that hints at the fact that Apple will be working with a Taiwanese company called Career Technology which is expected to be a "key partner in the supply chain for Apple's products in 2021".

According to a study of MacRumors, Kuo states that for certain components relevant to a Mini-LED iPad to be made into mass production in the first half of 2021, Career Technology is to obtain orders.

The report also says that in the first half of 2021, Kuo expects to launch Apple AirPods 3 as well.

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If you're not familiar with mini-LED, it's a display technology that brings most of the advantages of OLED displays, such as crisper colours, better contrast, and deeper blacks, at a price cheaper than OLEDs.

Time is running out to pick up a pair of Apple AirPods Pro for $189.99, a discount of $60 off MSRP. These mini-LED iPads will be produced in large numbers in the first half of 2021.

The new AirPods 3 are expected to be similar to the AirPods Pro in design, however, they are being pegged to be more affordable since Apple is reportedly planning to skip active noise-cancellation on the new AirPods 3.

According to reliable tech analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, the new AirPods will look a lot like the current iteration, but the charging case will come with a new type of battery that only uses soft board material, which uses less layers to build a battery, making it smaller; thus allowing more space within the case.

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