Apple working on 30-inch iMac, iPhones, iPads, and More

Apple is reportedly preparing to release a slew of new products in next year or so. The company is claimed to be developing a wide selection according to the recent announcement of the Vision Pro mixed reality headset. The iPhone 15 series, two Apple Watch Series 9 models, and the second-generation Apple Watch Ultra are all expected to be released. Apple’s also focus extends to computing, with plans for updated MacBooks, iMacs, iPads, and other products.

One standout is the upcoming MacBook Pro, which will feature the powerful M3 chip. as per Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple is working on a 13-inch MacBook Pro (codenamed J504) as well as 14- and 16-inch variants (codenamed J514) and J516, all of which will be powered by the M3 Pro and M3 Max.

The company is also working on the J613 and J615 models of two new MacBook Airs. In addition to a basic iPad Air (J507), iPad lovers can anticipate OLED-screened iPad Pros (J717 and J720). Apple also has exciting plans for iMac fans, including the launch of 24-inch variants (J433 and J434) and a future iMac with a screen larger than 30 inches.

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In addition to the aforementioned devices, Apple is working on a number of other projects. The third-generation AirPods Pro is currently in development, with the goal of building on the success of its predecessor. Apple is also experimenting with smart displays and an improved Apple TV set-top box in the smart home space.

Furthermore, the company is working on two more mixed reality headsets: a successor to the first-generation Vision Pro and a low-cost device aimed at general users. These specific releases, however, are not scheduled until 2025.

As more information becomes available, Apple fans should expect further updates on these exciting advancements in the coming months.

Source: XDA

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