There’s a few rumors swirling about future Apple hardware, including 5G iPads and Macs powered by 32-core processors. Apple may release 5G iPads as soon as 2021, following the release of its first-ever 5G iPhone this year. And while a 32-core Mac Pro may wait until 2022, 16 power core iMacs could launch in 2021 as well. Juliet Beauchamp is joined by Macworld senior writer Michael Simon and Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis to discuss these rumors, as well as dissect the recent AirPods Max announcement.

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There’s a few rumors swirling about future Apple hardware, including 5G iPads and Macs powered by 32-core processors. Apple may release 5G iPads as soon as 2021, following the release of its first-ever 5G iPhone this year. And while a 32-core Mac Pro may wait until 2022, 16 power core iMacs could launch in 2021 as well. Juliet Beauchamp is joined by Macworld senior writer Michael Simon and Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis to discuss these rumors, as well as dissect the recent AirPods Max announcement.(youtu.be)To read this article in full, please click hereRead More

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