DigiTimes has reported that Apple is spinning up its supply chain to produce new ARM-powered MacBooks as well as new tablets. The company reportedly expects sales in both product categories to pick up this year compared to 2019.

The new iPad Air, with a 10.8” screen this time, is said to be adopting the iPhone SE strategy – matching an affordable price with a powerful chipset. Possibly the Apple A13, the chip at the heart of the $400 iPhone SE (2020), though there are some conflicting reports on this.

The iPad Air (2019) uses the A12 chipset and starts at $500 for the 64 GB model. The…

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