Apple reportedly plans to launch at least 10 Apple devices this year, and new product releases are apparently scheduled for each quarter of the year.
After months of rumors about Apple’s upcoming devices, we’ve gathered information from various sources to provide a tentative roadmap for the company’s launch plans for this year. The timeframes below are based on information from reliable sources such as Apple analysts. Ming Chi Kuo, Bloomberg‘with Mark Gurmanand screen analyst Ross Young – all with great track record of providing accurate insights into Apple’s plans.
First Half of 2023
Naturally, there is more specific information about Apple’s plans for the first half of 2023 because these devices are much further ahead in their development cycle. The fourth quarter of 2022 is the first time Apple hasn’t released new Macs in 22 years, and the first half of 2023 is likely to be a Mac-heavy era, as many of the Macs in Apple’s lineup are now in desperate need of an update. looks for new products.
According to this a report Out of Asia, Apple plans to launch updated 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models specifically around March, but other sources have been reluctant to narrow down a more specific timeframe for the new machines. The new MacBook Pros seem to be strictly planned devices, as these devices are expected to launch from the fourth quarter of 2022. earlier this year.
With the launch of the M2 Max MacBook Pro and M2 Ultra Mac Pro this year, the current Mac Studio it will contain outdated chip hardware and should logically see a refresh – although we haven’t heard any concrete rumors about such an update to date.
There is also a chance new HomePod mini It could possibly accompany the revival of the full-size HomePod with a newer chip.
The all-new 15.5-inch goes into mass production in the first quarter of 2023 Macbook Air The model is the only device we’re aware of on the cards for the second quarter between May and August. This timing may suggest a launch that coincides with WWDC, which Apple usually holds in early June.
Second Half of 2023
Less is known about the exact timing Apple will launch for the second half of 2023, but with the launch of an entirely new device category, it could be a pivotal time for the company. The two devices that were placed ambiguously in the second half of the year are as follows:
It’s very important to note that Apple’s headset still does. expected There are only rumors of an actual launch of the device for the second half of the year, as it will go into mass production in the first half of 2023. That means Apple’s headset could be announced earlier in the first half of the year, but it’s still difficult to pinpoint a more precise timing.
Likewise, little is known about the next generation. AirPods Maxhowever, they are expected to be launched with USB-C by 2024 and could be released in the second half of 2023 if the trends set by other AirPods launches continue to be followed.
- iPhone 15iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Ultra
- Apple Watch Series 9
Apple’s third-quarter releases are almost always the most predictable launches on the company calendar, and 2023 is likely to reflect previous years with new launches. iPhone and Apple Watch models in September.
It looks like the Apple Watch Series 9 will receive the first Apple Watch chip upgrade since Series 5. Apple Watch Ultra it could also get a 2023 refresh with a new chip.
Except for 2022, Apple has released new Macs in the fourth quarter of the year every year since 2001 – so Mac releases are usually expected around this time of year. While less definitive for this year, the fourth quarter of 2023 could be dominated by the ‘iMac’ with two new models – one to replace the 24-inch ‘iMac’. M1 A chip from 2021 and one that reinvigorates the position of the high-end all-in-one held by the iMac Pro between 2017 and 2021.
It is also worth noting that there are no rumors about anything. ipad except renewals for 2023 ipad mini – so it may take quite some time before multiple new tablets are released from Apple. Even the iPad mini May be delayed to early 2024According to “Ming-Chi Kuo”.
At this early stage, the launch timing of Apple’s new products during the year may still change. Timelines will solidify throughout the year as announcement dates are finalized, and we’ll likely have a good idea of when to expect new devices as more rumors surface.
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