Of course, as with all launches we can expect Apple to ramp up the performance with the new Pro likely to receive the M1 chip found in its latest MacBook laptops. As well as power, another advantage of these brains is that they are more efficient meaning better battery life.
A Thunderbolt port could replace the standard USB-C socket which will improve data transfer times.
That’s the good news for Pro fans but there could also be something coming soon for those who want something smaller in their bag. That’s because Apple could refresh its popular Mini range which could get an improved processor, new design and a larger 7.9-inch screen.