The yearly technology event, Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is scheduled in Las Vegas from January 7 to January 10, 2020, but this season will be somewhat different. Apple, the Cupertino-based technology giant, has affirmed it will take a look at the upcoming CES 2020 following a gap of 28 years.
The last time Apple officially engaged in the CES at 1992. The provider’s then CEO John Sculley looked in a summit to launch the Newton apparatus. In the CES 2020, Apple will soon be displaying its HomeKit smart house platform to compete with Google and Amazon’s IoT-powered apparatus.
According to a report from Economic Times, Apple executive Jane Horvarth is advised to talk on a customer privacy panel January 7, in the CES 2020. Horvarth is going to be linked with the Facebook Procter and Gamble executives together with officials in the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to discuss how firms are able to set privacy protections concerning dimensions, law, and customer need.
iPhone SE two expectancy continues
Aside from the CES look, Apple is also expected to establish 2’iPhone SE two’ versions in 2020, in various sizes. Digitimes noted that the forthcoming models will comprise 5.5-inch along with 6.1-inch LCD screens. Known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also backs the rumour approximately 2 iPhone SE two models from the offing. But he states that the larger version, called the iPhone SE 2 Plus, could arrive from the first half 2021.
The iPhone SE two has been reported to resemble the iPhone 8, finish with all the Touch ID house button, but using a quicker A13 processor along with 3GB of RAM. The iPhone is supposed to work with a 10-coating SLP because of its own motherboard, which is now used from the iPhone 11 series. The iPhone SE two is reported to emerge in 3 color choices – Silver, Space Grey, and Red.
2020 iPhones & iPad Guru
According to previous reports, Apple will establish a luxury 12.9-inch iPad Guru using a A14X processor in the next quarter of 2020. The Cupertino-based firm is expected to establish a total of six brand new iPhone versions from the year 2020, based on analyst Kuo.