We’ve all used an iPhone or a Macbook at some point—or at least borrowed or even dreamt of buying. The uber-popular company has produced many of our favorite products over the years; do any of you remember the OG iPhone beep app we all went crazy for back in 2008? What we’re trying to say is that Apple has always exceeded expectations when it came to quality and hasn’t stopped setting tech trends since its conception. Any Apple product has the ability to help you in different aspects, whether it’s an app providing information about sports bookie or a watch with a lot more features than its predecessor. In any case, it’s time to update your wishlist with these upcoming Apple products.
1. Mac Mini
Apple is working on a cutting-edge Mac mini that will include extra ports and a more powerful Apple silicon processor. It’s likely to have M1 Pro and M1 Max processors, as well as a new design. There’s no news on when it’ll be launched.
2. Bigger iMac
Apple is rumored to be developing a larger-screen version of the iMac to sell alongside the 24-inch model, which may be dubbed the “iMac Pro.” It might have a design similar to the Pro Display XDR, a 27-inch mini-LED display with ProMotion technology, and M1 Pro/M1 Max processors.
3. iPhone 14
This year, we’re anticipating four iPhone 14 models—these include the 6.1-inch iPhone 14,the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, and the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. On the downside, there won’t be an iPhone 14 small with a screen size of 5.4 inches.
The iPhone 14 Pro versions are rumored to include a “hole-punch” design that eliminates the notch to allow for a wider display surface. The front camera will be housed in a tiny cutout, while the Face ID hardware will be housed in a second pill-shaped cutout. A titanium frame for the Pro variants, camera enhancements, a faster A16 CPU, and a faster 5G modem are all probable features to expect.
4. Mac Pro
Apple is experimenting with a new Mac Pro that might have an Apple silicon processor with up to 40 compute cores and 128 graphics cores—these would actually be twice as powerful as the M1 Ultra in the Mac Studio. The design of the Mac Pro is unlikely to alter, and the upgrade will see Apple complete its shift to Apple silicon throughout the Mac family.
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