Apple will launch AirTags, MacBooks and a new AR device in 2021: Kuo

Apple AirTags, new MacBook models with Apple Silicon and an Augmented Reality (AR) device are to be products of the Cupertino-based company in 2021. The information was reportedly shared by renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who also said new AirPods and devices with mini-LED displays are also in the pipeline. In addition, a well-known Apple tipster released a 3D animation of the AirTags that allegedly came from Apple itself. As of now, the Cupertino giant has not disclosed any information about the above devices.

A report According to MacRumors, citing analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will launch its AirTags, a Tile-like tracking device, this year. This allows users to find and track their personal items and be notified when they are separated from a tagged item.

Apple AirTags have been in the news for a while and it seems like they’re going to be official this year. Tipper Jon Prosser also has divided a 3D animation of the rumored AirTags on YouTube that was allegedly discovered by a software developer. The animation is supposed to appear in iOS just like AirPods and other accessories. It shows a white circular device that looks a lot like the picture shared by the same tipster in September. The Apple AirTags support Bluetooth LE and Ultra-Wideband (UWB). The front appears to be completely blank and the Apple logo can be seen on the metal back.

To get back to the information shared by Kuo, Apple will also release an augmented reality (AR) device, which the report said could be a headset, glasses, or both.

The company is expected to launch new AirPods this year and other MacBook models with their own chip later this year. Apple is also said to be working on MacBook models with mini-LED displays that could appear this year. At the beginning of December last year, Kuo announced that two new MacBook Pro models and new iPad models with mini-LED displays would hit the market in 2021.

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