According to a new report, Apple will release several new products in the fall including two Apple Watch models, AirPods Studio, a redesigned iPad and a smaller, cheaper HomePod.

Through a  new report, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reveals the list of products Apple is expected to launch this fall.

In addition to the new iPhone 12 range, the report says Apple will release an edge-to-edge iPad Air; an alleged instruction manual depicting the new design leaked last week.

Furthermore, Gurman says that the Cupertino giant will launch two models of Apple Watch: a successor to  the Series 5  and a successor to the Series 3, the latter will be a low-end device

The company is rumored to  have experimented with plastic  as a material for the Apple Watch, which would reduce the cost compared to an aluminum or titanium case.

Additionally, the cheaper model would likely adopt some of the features seen in Series 4 and 5, such as a faster chip and drop detection, without getting the more expensive full-screen industrial design.

he new Apple Watch Series 6 is expected to feature a blood oxygen sensor. For more information on the new Apple Watch model, check out our dedicated article.

The Bloomberg report doesn’t reveal many details about the iPad Air other than stating that it will have an edge-to-edge design , like the iPad Pro.

According to the manual leaked a few days ago, the new device will feature Touch ID integrated into the power button , USB-C connectivity and Smart Connector .

As for the iPhone 12s, Bloomberg says the company will release the new models in two stages. In the first phase, Apple will release the two 6.1-inch models, while later the two new models with unreleased 5.4 and 6.7-inch sizes will be released.

Apple employees reportedly describe the new 6.7-inch screen size as the biggest news this year, along with faster performance thanks to the A14 chip.

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