Analyst: iPad Pro Dropping Lighting Port for USB-C, Apple Watch Getting ECG Sensor

According to Mr. Ming – Chi Kuo, an analyst at TF Internatial, Apple said it is dropping its lighting port in favor of USB – C with the new iPad Pro. In additi, all models of the Apple Watch Series 4 use ceramic backs as well as LTE models, as well as ECG sensors.

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The new iPad Pro model may have USB – C port instead of Lightning

Mr. Kuo said in a recent report,

In additi to supporting face ID, the main upgrade of the new iPad Pro model involves bundling a new unibody design 18 W power adapter that replaces Lightning with a USB-C interface and cancels the removable plug design.

The new iPad Pro model is expected to have a narrower bezel that does not include a home butt like iPhe X. They use the face ID instead of the touch ID for authenticati.

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It is possible that Apple truly throws away the Lightning port in favor of USB – C, but the new iPad Pro model is likely to be equipped with USB – C charger and Lightning to USB – C cable.

Apple Watch Series 4

The new Apple Watch lineup is expected to fit a larger display in the current body design. Like the iPhe X, it means a narrow bezel. It also includes a new electrocardiogram (ECG) sensor. He says,

The new Apple Watch model has narrow bezel, supports electrocardiogram (ECG), and is all equipped with ceramic bags (currently, several models are equipped with complex backs).

If he is right, Apple Watch Series 4 will be more attractive to users interested in more detailed cardiac data.

Entry level MacBook

Mr. Guo also makes some predictis about rumor new entry level MacBook. He says it supports the touch, it replaces the 12-inch MacBook and does not have a touch bar …



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