On Friday, Apple began accepting orders for the fifth-generation iPad Pro, 24-inch color iMac, and second-generation Apple TV 4K.The company also started selling purple iPhone 12 and AirTag trackers, are you ordering any of these?
Last week, we took a series of surveys to determine if our readers are planning to buy one of these products.Here’s what we discovered:
- Purple iPhone 12: Only 10% of readers were willing to buy a purple iPhone 12, with nearly 3% replacing their existing iPhone 12 with this new color.
- New Apple TV 4K: 45% of our readers said they were buying a new Apple TV 4K, while 28% said they would only buy a second-generation Siri Remote.
- 24-inch iMac: Almost 32% of readers don̵7;t plan on buying a new iMac, but 20% of those who plan to buy a 16% blue iMac, silver followed by green, yellow, orange, purple and pink 24-inch iMacs.
- AirTag: More than 50% of readers plan to buy four AirTags, while 23% will buy it first to try it out.
These are all products introduced at Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ event.For example, the new Apple TV 4K packs an A12 Bionic chip with support for HDMI 2.1 for an even better 4K HDR experience. There’s also a new and hopefully better Siri Remote, which you can learn more about here.
For example, the iMac lineup has received the biggest update in more than ten years. Now there are seven different colors, but there’s a faster-performing M1 chip than Intel’s predecessor.
The 24-inch iMac has a 4.5K Retina display, a 1080p FaceTime camera and a compatible Magic Keyboard, Mouse and Trackpad.Apple also released two Magic Keyboards with built-in Touch ID.
Another product that received a major update is the 5th generation iPad Pro. Currently, the 12.9-inch model has a smaller LED display, which offers much better localized backlight control, making the Brighter and darker blacks Blending will improve contrast ratio and consume less power.
With the M1 chip, the iPad Pro is 50% faster than the previous A12Z Bionic hip, has a Thunderbolt port via a USB-C connector and 5G capability on the Cellular model.
All of these products are now available to order in the Apple Online Store and will begin shipping to customers’ homes in the second half of May around May 21. However, current orders will be returned in June for a large number of products.
Now, what we want to know is, are you ordering any of these products on Friday? Are you still planning to? Vote and tell us in the comments section below.
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