Apple iPad With Mini-LED Display, AirPods 3 to Launch in First Half of 2021: Ming-Chi Kuo

first_imgApple could launch its first iPads with Mini-LED display as well as the AirPods 3 true wireless earphones in the first half of 2021, according to the latest research note by highly-regarded analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of TFI Securities. The research note to investors focuses on Taiwan-based OEM Career Technology, which Kuo suggests will be a key supply chain partner of Apple for the upcoming product cycle. The new iPads and AirPods 3 are expected to go into mass production in early 2021, and could be launched in the first half of the year itself.Mini-LED display on the new iPadsAccording to a report by MacRumors, Kuo states that Career Technology will receive orders for certain components related to the manufacture of a Mini-LED iPad that will go into mass production in the first half of 2021. This means that the launch of the new iPad could be in the first half of 2021 itself; a March or April launch would not be difficult to envision.- Advertisement – Will Apple Silicon Lead to Affordable MacBooks in India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. Mini-LED is a new display technology that offers many of the benefits of OLED, by using many individual LEDs to produce the picture in a similar manner to OLED displays. Although every individual pixel is not independently controlled, the technology functions in a similar manner, and is said to be less expensive to manufacture as well. Apple is expected to push Mini-LED display technology for many of its upcoming products starting with the iPad range in early 2021.Apple AirPods 3 expected to launch in 2021The report further states that Kuo also expects the Apple AirPods 3 to launch in the first half of 2021. The new true wireless earphones will have a different design to the Apple AirPods 2, with interchangeable ear tips and a shorter stem, just like on the AirPods Pro. However, the key differentiating factor here will be the lack of premium features such as active noise cancellation, which will maintain the AirPods Pro as the flagship product in Apple’s true wireless audio range.Career Technology is expected to receive component orders for the AirPods 3 in addition to the Mini-LED iPads, and will also likely benefit for any possible adoption of Mini-LED displays on the next iPhones as well. Kuo’s predictions point towards Mini-LED displays being adopted heavily by Apple in 2021, and the analyst has often been right with his research and predictions.- Advertisement –center_img – Advertisement –last_img read more

Duke at home, on road highlights Syracuse’s 2014-15 ACC opponents

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Wake ForestNotre Dame Virginia TechLouisville Florida StateGeorgia TechLouisville 2015-16 Syracuse ACC Men’s Basketball Opponents DukeLouisvilleGeorgia Tech Comments PittsburghNotre DameVirginia Home and RoadHomeAway The Atlantic Coast Conference released its 2014-15 and 2015-16 matchups Tuesday morning. Syracuse is entering its second season in the ACC after finishing 28-6 and losing to Dayton in the Round of 32 of the NCAA Tournament in its first year in the conference.SU will play a home-and-home with Duke, Boston College, Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech in the 2014-15 season. Syracuse and Duke split the home-and-home in 2013, with the home team winning both games. The Orange will also travel to North Carolina for the first time since 1983.Syracuse will host Louisville for the first time since 2013, when SU lost 58-53 to the Cardinals. This year’s game will mark the first time the two schools face off as ACC foes, as Louisville is entering its first year in the conference.The Carrier Dome will also play host to Florida State, Miami, Virginia and Wake Forest, all of which SU traveled to last year. Syracuse beat Florida State, Miami and Wake Forest on the road in 2014, but lost to the eventual ACC regular-season champion Cavaliers by 19 in the team’s most lopsided loss of the season.The Orange’s trip to UNC will mark the first time the teams square off on Tobacco Road as ACC foes. SU will also travel to former Big East rival Notre Dame, Clemson, Georgia Tech and North Carolina State.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn 2015-16, Syracuse will play a home-and-home with Boston College, Florida State, North Carolina and Pittsburgh. SU will host Clemson, Georgia Tech, N.C. State, Notre Dame and Virginia Tech, and will travel to Duke, Louisville, Miami and Virginia.2014-15 Syracuse ACC Men’s Basketball Opponents PittsburghMiamiNorth Carolina North CarolinaNC StateMiami Virginia TechVirginiaNC State Boston CollegeFlorida StateClemson Boston CollegeClemsonDuke Published on April 22, 2014 at 11:45 am Contact Trevor: tbhass@syr.edu | @TrevorHass Home and RoadHomeAwaylast_img read more