According to a new report from Bloomberg's technology reporters Mark Gurman and Debby Wu, Apple has ordered at least 75 million units of the new 5G-equipped iPhone 12 models that will be released this autumn. The company expects upwards of 80 million phones to be sold in total.
But the duo also write about other new products the company is expected to launch. Among other things, they confirm information from other sources about an update of the iPad Air with a more iPad Pro-like screen.
The new Apple Watch is said to come in two new versions, but Bloomberg has no further details about these. Jon Prosser recently claimed that a new model will be cheaper than before and can get a plastic case to keep the price down and make it clear that it is a cheap model.
Bloomberg also writes that Apple's wireless full-size headphones will be released in the autumn (these are widely expected to be branded as AirPods Studio), and a new smaller HomePod. However, Mark Gurman and Debby Wu write that the new Apple TV model that is rumoured to have been fully developed for some time may not be released this year.
For related rumours, read New Apple products coming in September.
This article originally appeared on Macworld Sweden. Translation by David Price.