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Apple seeks emojis to represent people with disabilities

24 March 2018

We're curious to see what the company has in store for consumers, kids, and educators. Can Apple do better? Read on for our predictions.

Inclusionary emoji are a relatively recent phenomenon, but Apple is hoping to make up for lost time with new characters created to represent people with disabilities. The new hardware will be a play to win back educators and students from competitors like Google, whose low-priced Chromebook has gained popularity in the field.

It's not exactly clear just how cheaper this rumored iPad will be than the company's current iPad lineup, but Bloomberg reports it'll certainly appeal to the education market.

Aside from having Apple Pencil support, the new iPad - expected to be the cheapest tablet from Apple yet - is going to come with a new software for the classroom, people familiar with the matter said on condition of anonymity.

Well, Apple has not yet confirmed about any iPad's forthcoming launch. In this event, it's quite possible that new launches will be done by Apple besides new iPads.

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The article adds that the logo to the event's invitation has been drawn using the Apple Pencil. The company is likely to introduce the product next week.

The MacBook Air has been largely neglected in recent years. It might be the last iPad to have Touch ID.

According to the patent, Apple may be secretly working on "an electronic device may have a flexible portion that allows the device to be folded".

According to Kuo's latest research note, Apple Pencil sales will increase from 4-4.5 million to 9-10 million this year.

On March 23, Apple shared some exciting news.

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Apple is bringing a great surprise for the users next week.

The report also notes that Apple could release a foldable model in 2020. It also lets students complete assignments and take tests. But the city could see more of Apple in the future. This is the first major event of the year for the company and first education focused event since the launch of a tool meant for designing e-books for the iPad held in 2012.

The Street is expecting the usual seasonal drop in prices, Piecyk writes, because Apple's average selling prices for iPhones have dropped in the March quarter every year since 2011, when they actually rose thanks to the iPhone becoming available at Verizon Communications (VZ) for the first time.

There will be updates in memory and processor speed as new features in iPad Mini or iPad.

If we go by Apple's current pricing strategy, then it will be obvious that the new iPhone 11 will be up there among handsets with a starting price of $999.

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Apple seeks emojis to represent people with disabilities