Apple’s first event of the year is expected to be held in the month of March or April. In this spring event, the company is rumored to launch the “widest array” of products including possibly new iPhones, iPads, iMac, redesigned Macbook Air, Apple Watches, and AirPods. Mark Gurman from Bloomberg has predicted the debut of an iPhone SE 3 and iPad Air 5 with flagship chipset and other improvements. Adding confidence to this is a recent report from 91Mobiles that states new iPhones and iPads have been imported to India for testing purpose.
The report claims to have spotted multiple models of the iPhone SE 3, a new iPad Air, as well as an entry-grade iPad. What’s more is that the listed price on the iPhone SE 3 appears to be around $300 (which translates to approximately Rs 23,000).
Here’s everything the report divulges:
The three iPhone SE 3 models that have been spotted carry model numbers — A2595, A2783, and A2784.
While the source of the report hasn’t specified the name of the iPhone, it is speculated that it is the long-rumored Apple iPhone SE 3.
From some of the past reports, we have learned that the device could come with a design reminiscent of the iPhone SE 2. Not only that, it is said to present a 4.7-inch screen with thick bezels and a Touch ID sensor on the front. Meanwhile, there are also speculations that the device could upgrade to a newer notched fascia akin to an iPhone XR. Further, it is likely to measure 138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3mm (8.2mm with the camera bump).
Internally, it could ship with either Apple’s A14 Bionic or A15 Bionic processor coupled with 5G capability.
That’s more or less what we know about this iPhone SE 3. And as for the iPads, two models with A2588 and A2589 numbers have been spotted with price tags ranging between $500 and $700 (approximately ₹37,500 to ₹52,300). This may be the iPad Air update. Also, there is this entry-level model allegedly priced at $300 (apprximately ₹22,500), that could tag along.
Needless to say, the original pricing could very well differ from the mentioned tags of these import units. And so, you are advised to take the details mentioned with a pinch of salt.