AirPods Pro, iPhone SE: new models land in April 2021

The AirPods Pro and the iPhone SE should be entitled to a refresh during the month of April 2021. The future AirPods Pro should in particular benefit from a slightly more compact box.

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Apple is preparing for a year 2021 full of new products. The firm is in the process of unrolling its offensive in computers by switching all of its macs to its own ARM M1 chips.

We expect the first iPads with mini LED screens to be released – and the launch of computers with this new screen technology. We should also learn more about Apple Glass, the company’s future connected glasses.

AirPods Pro, iPhone SE… Apple is preparing for a year 2021 full of new features

But also on the Apple Car, which we now know will be built in partnership with Hyundai. Gold, we should hear very quickly about two also eagerly awaited refreshes.

It is thus question of new AirPods Pro. Standard AirPods haven’t seen a real update so far, except for a new box that charges wirelessly. We don’t know exactly what this refresh will consist of.

But the blog Mac Otakara which takes up the info evokes a more compact box which would measure 46 x 54 x 21mm versus 45.2 x 60.6 x 21mm. Given that we only discover indiscretions on the box for the time being, it is likely that the novelty will be of the same order as during the launch of the new classic AirPods.

The iPhone SE should also see a new version.. Which is rather a surprise: Apple usually lets a lot more time pass between iPhone SEs. The 1st generation iPhone SE was indeed released in 2016. The latest is only available since 2020.

Therefore it is possible to hope for something a little different. For example, Apple could upgrade the smartphone to an all OLED screen. Or offer an additional screen size. As can be seen on its main range, Apple has been multiplying the number of variants for several generations.

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The launch of a new iPhone SE can be expected to follow the same logic.

Source: Mac Otakara