Apple May Release 15-Inch MacBook Air, New Mac Pro And More in 2023
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Apple's Six Biggest Products to Expect in 2023

by sayama shaikh, 29 Oct 2022

Apple's Six Biggest Products to Expect in 2023

As we near the end of a busy product release season for Apple, with just new iPads and Macs remaining to be introduced over the course of the next several weeks, we're also looking ahead to 2023. Apple is reportedly working on a number of key products for the 2019 year, including new Macs, a new HomePod, a VR/AR headset, and much more.

Beyond the new iPhones and Apple Watches that are regularly anticipated each year, there are other products from Apple to look forward to. The latest edition of Bloomberg's Power On newsletter, written by Mark Gurman, lists six noteworthy items that will likely be introduced in 2019 in addition to the iPhone 15.

15-Inch MacBook Air



Gurman corroborated today's rumours, indicating that Apple will likely release a 15-inch MacBook Air in 2023. Rumors suggest that the MacBook Air will be thinner and lighter overall, with a screen size similar to the 16-inch MacBook Pro. The most recent model, the 13-inch MacBook Air, was unveiled in June. The 15-inch MacBook Air is most likely going to look similar.

iMac With M3 Chip



Apple is creating a new iMac that it plans to release the following year, claims Gurman. The new iMac will have the M3 Apple silicon processor, however its shape and dimensions are yet unclear. Uncertainty surrounds whether Apple is working on the rumoured "iMac Pro" or some other independent gadget.

Apple TV, HomePod, and FaceTime Camera All-in-One



Gurman claims that Apple is working on a new iMac that it plans to introduce the following year. The M3 Apple silicon chip, whose design and dimensions are still unknown, will be found in the new iMac. Uncertainty surrounds whether Apple is working on the rumoured "iMac Pro" or some other independent gadget.

Apple TV, HomePod, and FaceTime Camera All-in-One

The HomePod, Apple TV, and FaceTime camera will all be included in a new home gadget that Apple is currently developing. According to Gurman, who originally discussed the idea in April 2021, it might be released by the end of 2023. The device's extra functions would include standard Apple TV box activities like watching videos and playing games as well as smart speaker apps like playing music and using Apple's Siri personal assistant, according to a previous statement by Gurman.

More details may become accessible in the upcoming months, despite the fact that the product's form factor and price are still unclear and that its introduction is most likely scheduled for some time in the upcoming year.

'Reality Pro' Headset



Apple's long-rumored AR/VR headset could be among the first items released by the corporation in 2023. Numerous newspapers claim that Apple might introduce its helmet, which it might call "Reality Pro," next year. Ming Chi-Kuo, an expert on Apple, claims that the company is getting ready to introduce the new headgear during an event as early as January. 

New HomePod


Apple is purportedly working on a new full-sized HomePod that will launch next year after the current model is discontinued in March 2021, according to Gurman and Apple expert Ming-Chi Kuo. The S8 chip included in the Apple Watch Series 8 will power the new HomePod, according to Gurman, who also claims that it will be similar in size to the original HomePod and have greater audio. As early as the first quarter of 2023, according to Kuo, the revised HomePod might be released.

Apple Silicon Mac Pro


The fact that the current generation of the Mac Pro still employs Intel CPUs makes the release of a new Mac Pro one of the most eagerly awaited product announcements of 2023. Rumor has claimed that the next Mac Pro will contain an M2 Ultra processor with a 20-core CPU, 64-core GPU, and 64GB or 128GB of unified memory. A possible option for the Mac Pro is the "M2 Extreme" processor, which will include a 40-core CPU, up to a 128-core GPU, and at least 128GB or 256GB of unified memory.


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