Apple will unveil its newest iPhone this year in the autumn, or “fall” as the Americans call it. Sometime in September or early October is the target date for the launch event Apple, on the other hand, isn’t going to introduce the iPhone alone. Instead, a slew of products will be unveiled.
Four new iPhone 14s will be released, along with a new iPad Pro lineup, three Apple Watch models, multiple M2/M3-upgraded Macs, and new AirPods Pro headphones, as well as a new HomePod and a new generation of the Apple TV.
At WWDC, Apple unveiled two new Macs using the M2 CPU, but it also expects to release numerous more Macs with a variety of M2 processor versions.
M2 Mac Mini, Pro Mac Mini, 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros, as well as an M2 Ultra or M2 Extreme Mac Pro are all included in this category.
In addition to that, there are rumours about Apple’s next mixed reality headset, which is expected to be released in the fall. To top it all off, rumours claim that the M3 SoC Apple is working on will be available by the end of the year or early in 2023, whichever comes first.
The larger and more powerful A16 CPU and capability for an always-on display are apparently only going to be available for the Pro and Pro Max editions of the iPhone 14. Additionally, the Pro versions will have a new 48MP camera sensor, as well as a redesigned notch design that incorporates a pill-shaped cutout for Face ID and the front-facing camera, respectively.
The non-Pro variants of the iPhone 14 will have the same A15 processor as the iPhone 13 regular models. The iPhone 14 Max, with a 6.7-inch screen, will be released this year instead of the Mini variant.
Apple Watch Series 8 is also likely to get three additional iterations in the autumn. For those who like extreme activities, there will be a more ‘rugged’ version of the Watch Series 8 available.
Despite the S8 chip in the forthcoming Watch Series 8 being on par with its predecessors, the Watch expected next year will supposedly have a more powerful CPU.
Series 3 Watch, Apple’s most popular smartwatch, is expected to be phased out in favour of the upcoming SE, which is expected to include the S8 chipset.
A bigger iPad between 14 and 15 inches is also expected to be released by Apple in the following year, according to rumoured iPad Pro versions with M2 processors. A new entry-level iPad with an A14 CPU, 5G, and USB-C connection is apparently in the works.
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