He is usually on the money with the timing and description or products and predicts Q1 will bring the iPhone SE 2 - or whatever Apple ends up calling the rumoured iPhone with the iPhone 8's design but iPhone 11's internals. He also mentions that the new iPad Pro models will get a rear-facing 3D time-of-flight sensor.
According to Kuo, the iPhone SE 2 will be available in the first quarter of 2020 and will feature Apple's latest A13 Bionic mobile chipset.
Apple will likely rely on a wirelessly connected iPhone to handle the computing side of the device, harnessing the iPhone's CPU, GPU and network connectivity.
While the iPhone has seen a recent September release of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro making the news of another release surprising, the iPad pro has not been updated for 18 months.
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According to Kuo, Apple is forming partnerships with third-party brands to create the its own AR glasses, the Apple Glass.
In a new investors note published by TF Securities, well-connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple may be gearing up to release its AR headset within the first half of next year.
New camera upgrades including the 3D ToF sensor on the back. Kuo is a reliable source of news about the iPhone maker's product roadmap who has predicted many of its device launches.
That report also claimed the product will launch as early as 2020, albeit it pointed out the development timeline could still change. The rumors were partially squashed by Apple CEO Tim Cook in October 2017, when he said the AR glasses won't be coming soon, as the tech to do them properly just wasn't there. Now we have a new report which details when we can expect said devices and also new information about Apple's AR headset. Though if Apple opts for a simpler headset design similar to devices like North's Focals, or Vuzix's Blade, Apple may be less hesitant about releasing a consumer-ready headset next year.