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Apple leaks reveal upcoming product launch dates

Jul. 28, 2020 6:12 AM ETApple Inc. (AAPL)AAPLBy: Yoel Minkoff, SA News Editor56 Comments
  • It's going to be a busy fall season for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), according to well-known leakers iHacktu Pro and Komiya, who published the launch dates for every upcoming company product.
  • The late 2020 updates will begin on August 19 with a new iMac, AirPods Studio, HomePod 2 and HomePod Mini, followed by an event on September 8 that will unveil the iPhone 12 line, iPad, Apple Watch Series 6 and AirTags.
  • Another special event on October 27 will show off the Apple Silicon MacBook and MacBook Pro 13", iPad Pro and Apple TV 4K.
  • There's also big expectations for a renewed AirPower charging mat, and smaller wireless charger AirPower Mini, as well as Apple Glass - the reported augmented reality smart glasses.
  • J.P. Morgan just took Apple off its Analyst Focus list ahead of earnings. See how Wall Street rates the stock as a whole.

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LazyGringo profile picture
THis is such a weird year that normal christmas, shopping and Thanksgiving seasonal dates are all but meaningless. Very few people are going to go home for the holidays, mot are already there unemployed or shut-in and with summer vacation essentially cancelled and the school year and sports seasons staggered, shortened or cancelled, it really doesnt matter as much when Apple releases the new products. But I bet the best-selling item over the Xmas season will be the new Apple SE iPhone as well as huge sales of pads and Macs (for remote education you need a pad or laptop not just a phone), and work-from-home adults will also be upgrading more than usual as this year we are all using our internet devices twice as much as usual.
AAPL $500 mid 2021
Insouciant Investor profile picture
New Apple TVs will be a big seller with both Roku and FireTV dropping the ball big time lately.
Tom Incorporated profile picture
How are Roku "dropping the ball big time lately"?
IMO it's a question of which side is dropping the ball.

Amazon and Roku's ad policies for publishers have made services like Peacock and HBO Max not launch on either platform.

The question is if these services are valuable enough that users will switch platforms to get the services, or to forego the services to keep the platform their comfortable with. Most analysts assume the latter, which I agree with.
Insouciant Investor profile picture
Roku does not have either HBO Max nor Peacock because they want to force them to be sold as part of the Roku Channel instead of standalone apps. Same with Amazon Prime Channels.

They will not let them have seperate apps like NFLX, DIS, etc. They think they have a lock on the market and can use their customer base to force bad deals.
Hope they can come up with a smartphone that can tell me what stocks to buy... Ha Ha Ha

Actually hoping for an upgraded IPAD Mini...
Sounds about right but its amazing the sheer volume of product they are turning out considering Covid, etc.
28 Jul. 2020
@stevehodg exactly, wondering if they slashed some plans due to COVID. Anyhow looks like a busy rest of the year
Those "sources" are totally irrelevant.

No mention whatsoever of those sources/infos on macrumors or 9to5.

IT IS as would say you know who FAKE NEWS.
@WEareBELGIUM : Commas would be helpful to better understand what you said, but I gather American is not your native language. In American, what you said should be, "IT IS, as would say you know who, FAKE NEWS."

--- And yes, I know that is being xxxx-retentive but there are some who have difficulty reading even that well so could have been very confused by the lack of punctuation.
@Vulpine since when is American a language ?ย 

It is either English American or English.

Thanks for the lecture, I know very well when to use commas, in this case, I used the caps to emphasize my point. Therefore using commas is redundant and useless.
@WEareBELGIUM : Really off-topic now but there is American English and UK English; they're different enough that they almost qualify as separate languages.

As for using caps in an online forum, that's considered shouting, which is a no-no. Granted, even I will use them for emphasis but even then only on single words in most cases.
King's Ransom profile picture
Those AirTags are going to sell like hot cakes.
@Liquid Crystal

๐ŸAirCakes - sounds tasty๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜†
I need more money. I will instabuy the Apple Silicon laptop, Airtags and iPhone 12. I will also buy the new Apple TV 4K, Apple Arcade games will be a lot smoother than the last one with the outdated cpu.
@aticatac: Iโ€˜m waiting for the new IPad-Air...
I am waiting for the new one to come out so I can buy the current one at a large discount.
Gonna be a good year for Apple investors real soon I suppose.
They need to release some real speakers with respectable size and heft. Or whatโ€™s the point?
ensign646 profile picture
@ThatCommenter I have two homepods paired in my living room. The sound quality is amazing - a lot better than what I was expecting for something so small.
Buggah profile picture
They should buy Sonos than
@ThatCommenter : The Home Pods are actually very good speakers, if a bit expensive for the first generation. A pair of them create a remarkable surround-sound experience but really needed to sell as a pair for that original price unless all you want is a basic voice assistant...albeit with better sound than any other single-speaker device I've ever heard. (Yes, I know--multiple speakers within the device but it's still a single housing that sounds better than most sound bars that are much, much wider for the same price.) And the home pods are heftier than you must believe... several times heavier than the equivalent Google or Amazon speaker.
Hahahahaha worst product line ever ! Still no iPhone 12 which contributes to 60% of total revenues . Expect apple revenues to drop significsn6tly over the next 2 years
kimsky profile picture

The article states iPhone 12 on September 8th
@nb5698 this yearโ€™s drop is next yearโ€™s hike. Note there are some very long term holders here, the thesis did not change a bit in fact it keeps unfolding with Apple Silicon
@nb5698yeah like the past 2 years, and the 2 years before that.
320$ before it moves up later next year.
@pskbulls, long AAPL, I have never lost money with AAPL!!!
@wheelus70 : My profit, so far, is 15,181.20% of my initial investment, not counting dividends which exceed my initial investment on an annual basis.
Ta0 profile picture
๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ iGlasses!!! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
I like the concept but I question the usability as yet. I already wear glasses and I can't see sending the frames off to a lens maker just to ensure a physical fit when they're not used to working with digital frames. How is an optician to tell them exactly what frames to fit when they typically send the frames off with the lens order to ensure fit?
Ta0 profile picture
I have an idea...use contacts with those non-prescription iGlasses. ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
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