Whether Apple's next-gen AirPods will introduce new health-related sensors this time around is unknown at this time. ColinX confirms that two iPad models carrying 10.2-inch and 10.5-inch screens are set to be coming this year but not at the same time.
Despite the fact that Apple has been working on its original content for nearly two years, sources indicate that most of the company's movies and TV shows are "still in development", suggesting that little, if any, of Apple's original content is going to be show up at launch time.
The two sizes in question here are a 10.2-inch and 10.5-inch iPad, with the latter being the first iPad of that size to not carry the iPad Pro name.
Doing this allows Apple to spend less on creating new hardware and designs, while producing more options for consumers.
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But what of the second 10.5-inch non-Pro model?
As for the iPad mentioned in the report, it could be the iPad mini 5, or the iPad 7. Since publishers aren't interested in Apple's revenue sharing conditions, some news outlets might not be part of this app when released, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Aside from the screen size, which matches the screen size of one of the current iPad Pro tablets, the leaker didn't reveal any other details about Apple's 2019 iPad models.
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is willing to make concessions to get studios signed up for its new streaming service that will reportedly debut at the March 25 event. The sources also said that Apple will unveil the new products on March 25. It's unclear, however, whether all of these devices will be unveiled during the media event, but a new report suggests the launch of new iPads and AirPods is imminent.