April 2021 possible launch time for new Apple iPhone SE edition and AirPods Pro



There are new details about Apple launches  shared on the Japanese blog Mac Otakara. Earlier on it had shared probable details about new iPad mini, iPad, iPhone 13 and iPad Pro models to be launched by Apple. Very recently there has been a post suggesting that the tech giant is planning to release more and updated models of current favorites. The blog claims that a second- generation AirPods Pro and a third-generation iPhone SE will be launched in April 2021  as per Chinese sources  who supply components and parts to Apple.

The current and first-generation AirPods Pro was launched at the end of October 2019. It has a charging case with a height of 45.2mm and a width of 60.6mm. The report says that the new case will apparently have slightly narrower dimensions. It will maintain the same thickness of 21mm but its height will be 46mm and its width will be 54mm.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman had previously said that the second-generation AirPods Pro would have a more compact design and a more rounded shape to cover the ears in a better way.

The Otakara blog says that a third-generation iPhone SE will be launched. This generally indicates that the company is planning to stay with the same 4.7” display like its predecessor, the second-generation iPhone SE that was released in April 2020.

Rumors about the iPhone SE have been circulating from a while. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had mentioned a larger plus-size model with a large screen of 5.5” or 6.1” that would be launched in the second half of 2021.

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