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Apple is set to reveal new iPads and the M3 MacBook Air this week—here’s a brief overview of what we know.

Apple is set to reveal new iPads and the M3 MacBook Air this week—here’s a brief overview of what we know.

The anticipated Apple March event for the M3 MacBook Air, new iPad Airs with M2, and redesigned M3 iPad Pro with OLED display may take an unexpected turn. Instead of a formal event, Apple is likely to announce these through online videos and marketing campaigns, possibly as early as this week, according to reliable sources.

What do we expect to see?

MacBook Air M3: Everything we know so far | Tom's Guide

After the rumor mill heightened expectations for an updated MacBook Air and new iPads, it appears there’s more in store. Let’s review the anticipated hardware releases in the coming weeks:

  • M3 iPad Pro: Anticipated updates include a chipset upgrade to M3 and a shift to OLED display, offering significant benefits for both creatives and binge watchers. Speculations also suggest a sleeker and thinner design, albeit with slight price increases.
  • M3 MacBook Air: A welcome refresh is expected for the 13- and 15-inch MacBook Air, featuring the adoption of new 3nm chipsets without an anticipated change in pricing.
  • M2 iPad Air: Rumors point to the introduction of two new iPad Air models, echoing the strategy of the MacBook Air. Enthusiasts can anticipate a larger 12.9-inch model alongside the existing 10.9-inch version.
  • New Apple Pencils and Magic Keyboards: Completing the lineup, Apple is poised to release new accessories for high-end iPads, including an updated Apple Pencil and Magic Keyboards.

MacBook Air 15 inch, Apple M2 chip and 256GB - Midnight - dpsb

MacBook Air 15″ (M2/256GB): was $1,299 now $1,499 @ Best Buy
  The MacBook Air 15-inch M2 is arguably the best 15-inch laptop on the market for the money until Apple announces a follow-up. It packs a gorgeous Liquid Retina display (2880 x 1864), Apple’s M2 CPU w/ 8-core GPU, 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD, and a better six-speaker sound system than you’ll find on the 13-inch model. In our MacBook Air 15-inch review, we called the Editor’s Choice laptop an unbeatable combo of stellar performance, long-lasting battery life, and sleek design.

What is unlikely?

Considering historical patterns, we’re approaching the timeframe when Apple typically unveils variations of existing products. However, given the packed launch schedule, I speculate that the following might not be revealed until later in the year:

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