Apple may launch a 'foldable' iPhone in 2020

Katie Ramirez
March 28, 2018

The new chip, which will be called the A12, will be integrated into the new device and probably for to other devices that are also now rumored to be seeing releases this year namely the iPad Pro 3. $329 is already relatively cheap for an iPad, but if Apple is really looking to make a run at Google in the classroom, it's going to need to go even lower.

On the opposite side, there is numerous company like Asus, Samsung and Acer are selling their Chromebooks, not above $300.

Looks like Apple is leaving no stone unturned this year to bring its new iPhone models on time to shelves.

There is another whisper that aiming at students Apple is also working on a cheaper Mac which may announce later of this year.

We all know that Apple does not cut corners when it comes to their products, that's why it's always safe to say that, more than anything else, Apple will be bumping up the performance of their new device.

Apple will reportedly release a new, low-priced iPad aimed at teachers and students at its event in Chicago next week. However, that laptop will not be ready in time for next week's event, according to the report.

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Apple has an education event next week that it doesn't plan to stream. While Macs and iPads make up less than 20% of Apple's sales combined, students and teachers are a key market to drive future purchases. This will be the first education-geared product launch by Apple since 2012 when the company released a tool that designs e-books for the iPad.

Apple is also rumored to be releasing a new version of its popular iBooks app next week, designed similarly to its App Store, Bloomberg said.

New accessibility emoji could be headed to mobile devices next year. A year ago in the month of December, a report emerged with the claims that the company was working on a 9.7-inch iPad priced at 300 dollars or less.

Apple has an event slated for March 27, which will take place in a high school in Chicago.

After Apple CFO Luca Maestri prepared analysts in January for a big decline in prices this quarter, Piecyk muses there might actually be room for a little upside.

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