Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event is over, but 2021 is still in its infancy. Here you can read about the products we still expect throughout the year. […]
Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event lived up to its name and brought a host of new products, from the 24-inch color iMac to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with the beautiful Liquid Retina XDR display. But now that it’s over, we can turn our attention to the rest of the year. Here are all the products we expect Apple to announce before the calendar moves to 2022.
AirPods (3. Generation)
We originally thought that the new AirPods It will be coming to the “Spring Loaded” event, but Apple has chosen to skip audio products altogether. However, based on the leaks and rumors, it could be any time from now until Iphone– The fall event is coming. Seemingly accurate photos were leaked months ago showing a pair of earbuds that look a lot like the AirPods Pro, with shorter legs and a fit ear. Early rumors indicated that they might be getting noise cancellation, but more recent rumors say they don’t. But all reports say it is ready and ready for delivery.
Now that the 24-inch color M1 iMac is out of the bag, it’s a safe bet that a new, higher-end model is on the way before the end of the year. We haven’t heard of it yet, but we have some guesses: a space gray, an M1X or M2 chip, more RAM and more ports – Apple’s silicone version of the iMac Pro. Like the iMac that debuted in the Spring Loaded Event last week, it’s something like a WWDC card, perhaps as a quick preview that will ship later in the year.
iPad (9. Generation)
Apple hasn’t done much to keep the entry level upIPAD Since it brought the A10 processor and Apple Pencil support with the sixth generation in 2018, it is rumored that a new version is on the way that could finally bring a more modern design. The new iPad will likely retain the Home button, but the design may be closer to the old iPad Air, so the entire package should be much thinner and thinner everywhere. Since it was not revealed at its spring event, the new iPad will likely be launched in late summer or early fall.
iPad mini (6. Generation)
Apple has that IPAD The mini was last updated in 2019, but kept the old design. It is rumored that this will change with the next update later this year, but we are not sure how recent it will be. Some reports say the mini will have a similar design to the old iPad Air with thinner bezels and a Home button, while others expect a Liquid Retina display and Touch ID button like the new iPad Air. It will likely hit the market alongside the larger iPad.
Apple Pencil (3. Generation)
It seems strange that Apple has a new one IPAD Pro with M1 processor and amazing display, but it doesn’t have a new Apple Pencil. But from what we’ve heard and seen, the new Apple Pencil with a glossy finish is in development, although we don’t know much about it. It’s possible that the new Pencil is actually an update to the first-generation model that works with the entry-level iPad and iPad mini that will be released later this year.
September and December
Regardless of what will come in 2021, the new one Iphone It will be the biggest launch of this year, and we already have a very good picture of what it will look like: basically the iPhone 12 set with a smaller notch. It will likely have a better camera as well, the pros can get a 120Hz display, and there could finally be a permanent display option. Assuming there are no delays, we expect the new iPhone to arrive in mid-September.
Apple Watch Serie 7 / SE
Also in the fall it will almost certainly be new Apple Watch Even if we don’t know much. We’ve heard rumors of nonsurgical glucose tracking and improved swim tracking, but other than that, the rumors remained silent. We don’t even know if there will be a new SE, and we don’t know if the Apple Watch will have an event of its own like last year. Whatever the performance, expect it in the fall.
14 ” / 16 ” MacBook Pro
We redesigned a while ago MacBook Pro I heard, and with the move to Apple silicon afoot, it looks like it’s finally going to happen this year. According to reports, Apple will ship two sizes (14 and 16in) with thinner bezels while bringing back some of the things we missed: HDMI, an SD card reader, more Thunderbolt ports, and MagSafe. We also hear that the Touch Bar will disappear. We had hoped it would be featured at WWDC, but now we’re hearing production issues have put him back until the fall.
Apple’s new screen
This will likely be a release in 2022, but we’ve heard a lot of rumors that Apple is working on a new consumer display, which will be the first since the 27-inch Thunderbolt retired in 2016. Such a screen will likely come alongside the Mac mini The redesigned which we heard was supposed to remind us of the PowerMac G4 Cube. But with so much happening in 2021, we wouldn’t be surprised if that were postponed until 2022.
* Michael Simon covers everything related to iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch, and there’s also a little Android included. It is usually found buried in the screen of his nose.