L0vetodream: 88.6% accurate

35 rumors

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Like CoinX, another mysterious Twitter leaker with a scarily-correct track record. Accurately predicted release weeks for the new iPhone SE and iPad Pro and revealed seemingly solid details for many other products.

Rumor accuracy

Rumor list

  • Green = True
  • Red = False
  • Yellow = Pending

2020

July 1

  • No charger or EarPods with any 2020 iPhone later this year, link

June 22

WWDC 2020 ‘dreams’:

  • watchOS 7:
    • Sleep monitoring, link
    • Updated home page that seemingly can be shared(?)
    • “Hand-wash monitoring”
  • macOS 10.16
    • The name this year is said to be ‘Big Sur,’ link
    • A major UI overhaul will be happening
    • Safari is getting a “huge update”
  • iPadOS 14
    • Sidecar, the feature that allows you to display your Mac screen on iPad, will be redesigned, link
    • “Hand written input” will be “improved and enhanced”
  • iOS 14
    • The name will remain iOS, link
    • Redesigned home screen, with support for widgets and tweaked “alignment”
    • Incoming call UI doesn’t take up the whole display
    • App clips are mini-apps that will allow you to interact with a native interface instantly

June 21

  • No hardware at WWDC 2020, link

June 15

  • Future AirPods to have “totally wireless design,” link

June 11

  • Magic Keyboard (previously iPad Pro only) will come to more products, link

June 3

  • 2021 iPad Pro:
    • Mini-LED display, link
    • 5G
    • Launch in the first half of 2021, link

May 29

  • 2021 iPhone 13 Pro will have different camera layout than 2020 iPhone 12 Pro, link

May 22

  • Apple continuing work on the Butterfly keyboard, link

May 15

  • 2020 iPad to feature A12 chip, link

May 11

  • 14-inch MacBook Pro coming in 2021, link
  • iPhone 12 (5.4/6.1-inch) will start with 64GB storage, link
  • iPhone 12 Pro (6.1/6.7-inch) will start with 128GB storage

April 19

  • Next version of AirPods ‘Lite’ will be cheaper, link
  • Apple’s game controller is coming in 2020 or 2021, link

April 16

  • New AirPods on the way, link
  • New MacBook Pro on the way

April 15

  • New keyboard releasing tonight, link

April 14

  • Smaller, half-size HomePod coming in September 2020, link

April 2

New iPhone SE:

  • Coming in three colors, link
  • Available in three storage configurations

April 1

  • New Apple computers coming in May 2020, link

March 29

  • New iMac delayed until second half of 2020, link

March 19

2020 iPhone SE:

  • Similar to iPhone 8 design, link
  • A13 chip
  • 3GB RAM
  • Apple logo relocated to center of phone
  • No 3D Touch, link
  • Larger battery
  • $399, link
  • 4G networks only, link

2020 5.4-inch iPhone:

  • OLED display, link
  • Single camera
  • A14 chip
  • Face ID
  • Smaller notch

2020 6.1-inch iPhone:

  • Made of same material as iPhone 11, link
  • OLED display, link
  • Dual cameras
  • A14 chip
  • Face ID
  • Smaller notch

2020 6.1-inch iPhone Pro

  • Larger display than iPhone 11 Pro, link
  • OLED display
  • Triple cameras
  • ToF sensor (LiDAR)
  • A14 chip
  • Face ID
  • Smaller notch

2020 6.7-inch iPhone Pro (“best one”)

  • Larger screen than iPhone 11 Pro Max, link
  • OLED display
  • Triple cameras
  • ToF sensor (LiDAR)
  • A14 chip
  • Face ID
  • Smaller notch

All four 2020 iPhone 12 models:

  • Support 5G, link
  • New “navy blue” colorway

March 18

  • iPhone SE released on Apple’s website second week of April, link
  • iOS 13.4 to be released March 25th, link

March 16

  • iPhone SE Plus coming 2021, link
    • A13 chip

March 14

  • New MacBook next week, link

March 10

  • 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models to feature ToF camera, link
  • AirTags and iPhone SE delayed, link
  • AirPods 2 ‘lite’ delayed, link
  • New iPad Air will have Mini-LED display and all-screen design with under display Touch ID, link

March 8

  • Apple developing a game controller, link

March 6

  • New Apple products will be released in third week of March 2020, link

March 5

  • New iPad Pro will launch the third week of March, link