Apple is set to uncover a few gadgets with the flagship M2 chip
Apple is set to launch a few new gadgets, beginning from iPhone 14 series, new iPads, three Watches, refreshed AirPods Pro, a new HomePod, and a few redesigned Macs, alongside an AR/MR headset powered by its flagship M2 processor.
The M2 chip will power most of the new products, including the M2 Mac mini, M2 Pro Mac mini, M2 Pro/M2 Max 14, and 16-inch MacBook Pros, as well as an M2 Ultra/M2 Extreme Mac Pro, as indicated by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
These gadgets will be sent off between this fall and the start of the following year.
Apple uncovered two new Macs with M2 chips at its recently-concluded Worldwide Developers Conference.
Gurman said Apple’s M3 processor is as of now underway, and will probably show up in the 13 and 15-inch MacBook Air PCs one year from now.
Mac will launch M2-equipped 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models later this year, notwithstanding a bigger iPad somewhere in the range of 14 and 15 inches coming in the ‘next year or two’.
Apple’s likewise expected to uncover standard Watch Series 8, a new SE, and a more “rugged” watch for individuals into “extreme sports”. The Apple Watch will apparently feature an updated processor.
Apple is probably going to discontinue the Series 3 this fall.
The tech goliath is supposed to divulge new Apple TV with an A14 chip and more RAM this fall, alongside an updated HomePod.
The upgraded AirPods Pro might accompany support for lossless audio.