Apple is allegedly working on slimmer versions of the MacBook Pro, Apple Watch, and iPhone.

The iPad Pro was just the beginning, according to Mark Gurman.

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How slim is a Macbook Pro possible to get? We might learn soon enough. Mark Gurman of Bloomberg claims that Apple is not stopping at the iPad Pro in its quest to create the thinnest device ever; the firm also hopes to create a thinner MacBook Pro, Apple Watch, and iPhone, as The Information also revealed last month.

A “new class of Apple devices that should be the thinnest and lightest products in their types across the entire tech industry” is about to arrive, claims Gurman. Additionally, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expressed his prediction that the upcoming Apple Watch Series 10 would have a bigger screen (45mm and 49mm, as opposed to 41mm and 45mm) and a slimmer body than its predecessor.

Gurman adds more gasoline to the prior iPhone speculations by claiming he has also been informed that the iPhone 17 series, which will likely include a smaller model, might launch as early as 2025. Regarding the other goods included in the study, there is currently no timeframe. It is anticipated that the next thin iPhone will cost more than the existing iPhone Pro Max and have a screen that falls in between the Pro Max’s and the regular iPhone’s sizes.

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