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Apple will sell tags to track everyday items and new headphones along with the iPhone SE 2 in March

Apple will launch a high-tech tag device to track everyday items and new high-end headphones along with the iPhone SE 2 in March, according to a report.

The predictions come from the well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who also forecasts the launch of new iPad models and a small wireless charging platform.

Kuo also pointed out the potential of the coronavirus outbreak to delay Apple’s next product launches or reduce its specifications to meet deadlines.

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Apple will launch a high-tech tag device to track everyday items and new high-end headphones along with the iPhone SE 2 (pictured) in March, according to a report.

Apple will launch a high-tech tag device to track everyday items and new high-end headphones along with the iPhone SE 2 (pictured) in March, according to a report.

Mr. Kuo’s predictions were made in a research note from the investment management company TF International Securities, a copy of which MacRumors They have reported seeing.

“We forecast that Apple’s main new hardware products in [the first half of 2020] they include the 4.7-inch iPhone LCD, iPad Pro, MacBook Pro / Air, a smaller wireless charging mat, UWB tag and high-end Bluetooth headphones, ‘he apparently wrote.

Unconfirmed reports that Apple is developing a low-cost iPhone with a 4.7-inch screen and a touch identification start button have been widely disseminated.

This product, which is believed to be sold from $ 399 (£ 304) in the US. UU., May be launched in March 2020.

WHAT ARE THE AIRTAGS?

AirTags is Apple’s tracking system for the ‘Find My’ application.

Each one will be small, circular and made to attach it to everyday items.

If these elements are lost, pressing a button in the ‘Search My’ application will cause the label to make noise to help you locate it.

‘Safe locations’ will allow you to share the locations of your articles with friends and family and ‘Lost mode’ can be activated if the article cannot be found.

If the item is found by another iPhone user, they can check the label to find its owner and send an alert through the application.

Rumors that Apple is developing item tracking labels, as Tile popularized, first appeared in September last year when MacRumors launched leaked screenshots of an item tracking submenu that is being developed for integration within the ‘Find My’ application.

According to reports, the tracking label product received the code name ‘B389’ during its development and will potentially be sold with the final name ‘AirTags’.

As with the iPhone 11 range, Kuo believes that the AirTags will support the use of so-called ultra-broadband radio technology, which would allow the labels to be located with a much higher degree of accuracy than would be possible with Bluetooth Low Energy or Wifi.

Rumors that Apple is developing item tracking tags, as Tile popularized, first appeared in September last year when MacRumors released leaked screenshots of an item tracking submenu being developed for the 'Find My app. '. According to reports, the product received the code name 'B389' during its development and, potentially, will be sold under the name 'AirTags'

Rumors that Apple is developing item tracking tags, as Tile popularized, first appeared in September last year when MacRumors released leaked screenshots of an item tracking submenu being developed for the 'Find My app. '. According to reports, the product received the code name 'B389' during its development and, potentially, will be sold under the name 'AirTags'

Rumors that Apple is developing item tracking tags, as Tile popularized, first appeared in September last year when MacRumors released leaked screenshots of an item tracking submenu being developed for the ‘Find My app. ‘. According to reports, the product received the code name ‘B389’ during its development and, potentially, will be sold under the name ‘AirTags’

As with the iPhone 11 range, Kuo believes that the tags will support the use of so-called ultra-broadband radio technology, which would allow the tags to be located with a greater degree of accuracy than Bluetooth Low Energy or Wi-Fi

As with the iPhone 11 range, Kuo believes that the tags will support the use of so-called ultra-broadband radio technology, which would allow the tags to be located with a greater degree of accuracy than Bluetooth Low Energy or Wi-Fi

As with the iPhone 11 range, Kuo believes that the tags will support the use of so-called ultra-broadband radio technology, which would allow the tags to be located with a greater degree of accuracy than Bluetooth Low Energy or Wi-Fi

Kuo reportedly expects Apple to launch high-end headphones with Bluetooth, although it did not provide more details.

However, these could be the Apple-ear headphones that Bloomberg had previously reported to be in development.

Little is known about the rumored small wireless charging mat, although it would follow the highly anticipated AirPower charging mat that was canceled last year due to quality problems.

However, if it had been done commercially, the AirPower mat would have been able to charge an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods case at the same time, reportedly, regardless of where each device was placed.

Little is known about the rumored small wireless charging mat, although it would follow the highly anticipated AirPower charging mat, in the photo, which was canceled last year due to quality problems

Little is known about the rumored small wireless charging mat, although it would follow the highly anticipated AirPower charging mat, in the photo, which was canceled last year due to quality problems

Little is known about the rumored small wireless charging mat, although it would follow the highly anticipated AirPower charging mat, in the photo, which was canceled last year due to quality problems

Apple is also expected to release renewed versions of its iPad Pro and MacBook Pro and / or Air products.

It is expected that an iPad Pro with a triple lens rear camera system, as seen in the iPhone 11 released last year, and 3D detection of augmented reality will be presented in early March.

Suggestions that the new MacBook Air or Pro models could be on the horizon align with previous speculation that a 3-inch MacBook Pro with a magic keyboard based on a scissor switch will launch in June 2020.

Kuo also noted that, in the worst case scenario for the technology company, the impacts of the current coronavirus outbreak could cause Apple to delay quality assurance and mass production programs for the next products.

Kuo also noted that, in the worst case scenario for the technology company, the impacts of the current coronavirus outbreak could cause Apple to delay quality assurance and mass production programs for the next products.

Kuo also noted that, in the worst case scenario for the technology company, the impacts of the current coronavirus outbreak could cause Apple to delay quality assurance and mass production programs for the next products.

Kuo also noted that, in the worst case scenario for the technology company, the impacts of the current coronavirus outbreak could cause Apple to delay quality assurance and mass production programs for the next products.

Foxconn, a leading manufacturer of Apple products, has its iPhone factory located in Henan province, adjacent to the Hubei province where the virus appeared.

“If there are no significant improvements with respect to the coronavirus epidemic in the foreseeable future, we predict that Apple may delay the adoption of new materials or reduce the testing requirements for components to shorten the rating processes,” Kuo wrote.

This, he added, would allow the company to ‘launch new products in [the second half of 2020] on the scheduled date. ‘

‘The lower specification will probably affect the average sale price of materials or components.’

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