Don’t Buy These Apple Devices (Until Tomorrow)

Don't Buy These Apple Devices (Until Tomorrow)

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It’s always hard to know when the right time is to buy new technologies. It’s like something new is always around the corner, but he only comes out after you deposit money on a now-obsolete paper weight. Fortunately, it is your alert, your red flag, your sign from God for do not buy these Apple products today. Why? Since the company is probably about to announce upgrades to alltomorrow march 8.

Now a caveat:The follows all the rumours. Of course, when we’re one day away from an Apple event, the rumors tend to be pretty accurate. However, nothing is fixed. You might wait to buy something because of this item, only for Apple do not announce his successor tomorrow. In that case, I’m sorry! However, it is good technical practice to wait until after a confirmed event with trustworthy rumors before making big purchases.

A large Nevertheless Here Apple has a solid return policy for its items. If you buy something today (or tomorrow), only to see a new or upgraded version advertised, you have two weeks from the date of purchase to return your item. But IIt’s much simpler, if you can avoid it, to wait and see. Apple will gladly take your money, whether it’s yesterday’s MacBook or tomorrow’s.

ipad air

When the current iPad Air launched, it was easy to recommend. Apple updated its midrange tablet with the edge-to-edge display of the iPad Pro, with a super-fast A14 chip and fun colors you couldn’t get on any other iPad.

Unfortunately, the Air did not remain such a shoo-since a long time. The base iPad, while sporting an older design language and chip language generation behind, costs approximately half that of Air. If the cheapest iPad didn’t do anything for you, Apple’s iPad mini might, as it sported the same design as the Air with a one-generation chip. more recent for $100 less.

That said, you might be considering getting an iPad Air, perhaps for the bigger screen on the mini, or for one of its unique colors. No. Apple is set to refresh the Air with some much-needed upgrades including the A15 Bionic chip (possibly slowed down to the same speeds as the mini), 5G, Center Stage (enabled by the 12MP ultra-wide front camera) , rear camera flash , and-Most important of all-a purple color option.


The iPhone SE is arguably the perfect iPhone. It’s cheap, by Apple standards, and includes all the essential features you’d need in an iPhone. Apple released the original in the spring of 2016 and allowed rumors of its successor to spread and circulate for four years (I have lost count of the number of articles I have written on this fucking phone).

The current SE is now two years old, and while still a good buy, it’s about to be replaced. Apple is rumored to launch a new iPhone SE tomorrow, with big upgrades like 5G, A15 Bionic chip, and refreshed cameras. A likely thing do not to change though, it’s the overall design :The SE 3 should still sport a Home button, with large bezels at the top and bottom of the device. Although this may be a disappointment for some, I love it. Ever since the first iPhone was released in 2007, there has always been a Home button in Apple’s smartphone lineup.

iPhone 13

If you were hoping to see the iPhone 14 at this Apple event, I’m sorry to say, it’s not happening. Apple only refreshes its core iPhone line in the fall, opting instead to use its spring events for smaller versions like the iPhone SE.

However, before buying an iPhone 13 today in demonstrationyou should know that Apple would introduce a new color in the 13 range—GREEN. This rumor is brand new, so we’ll see if it’s actually true. However, if you wanted a little more green in your tech life, and you want a new iPhone, you can wait for tomorrow’s announcement.

13-inch MacBook Pro

The 13-inch MacBook Pro was the standard for small business laptops from Apple. However, with the 14-inch MacBook Pro, things got a little complicated. This machine is really prowith a professional starting price of $2,000, making the 13-inch MacBook Pro more suitable for those looking for a slight improvement over the MacBook Air.

Not many is subject to change this year, except for one important thing:According to some rumors, Apple would replace the M1 chip of the current 13-inch with the M2. This second-generation Apple silicon chip should not be confused with the successor to the M1 Pro or M1 Max chips. The M2 is rather the successor of the M1. While its processor will likely remain the same, it will offer up to nine or 10 GPU cores, an upgrade from the seven or eight GPU cores offered in the ‌M1‌.

mac mini intel

If you just bought a new M1 Mac mini, you don’t need to kick your ass. For one, you can always return it within the two-week window, but the M1 mini isn’t Apple’s focus here. Instead, the company is likely to upgrade the high-end Intel Space Gray mini with the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, as currently found in the latest MacBook Pro models. With that will likely come additional RAM options; the M1 Macs are all capped at 16GB of RAM, while the M1 Pro and M1 Max chipsets offer up to 64GB.

AV aficionados may know that the Intel Mac mini offers more port options than the M1. Rumors say the M1 Pro/Max Mac mini will pick up those ports, including four Thunderbolt, two USB-A, one Ethernet, and one HDMI port. Additionally, the unit will see a substantial design refresh, featuring a perspex top with a two-tone finish.

Pro Display XDR (if you’re looking for a cheaper option)

Apple’s Pro Display XDR is a excellent display. It is also Dear. Considering that many of us in the ecosystem want a good Apple display that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, it only makes sense that the company would be will unveil a new cheaper external display tomorrow. The 27-inch monitor would not include the mini-LED technology found on the Pro Display XDR, but MacRumors assumes that would only be (only) costs $1,000, compared to the Pro Display’s starting price of $4,999. I would take this compromise.