If a prediction from KGI Securities analyst, Ming Chi Kuo is anything to go by, we should expect Apple to begin its new product roll out starting toward the second half of Q3 2014.
From this, we should expect quite the slew of new devices, including upgrades to iPad mini and iPad Air, two new iWatch smartwatches, two 'all-new design' iPhones - in 4.7- and 5.5-inch sizes, an upgrade to Apple TV, an all-new design ultra-slim MacBook coming in at 12 inches, and a new Retina-capable MacBook Pro.
As for the much-rumored iTV from Apple, this has reportedly been pushed back into 2015. The analyst also says that the previous rumors of the bigger, 'iPad Pro' 12.9-inch slate arriving, will not happen. Instead ,the new iPads will see Apple's A8 processor baked in, as well as the Touch ID fingerprint sensors.
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