This is probably all Apple will launch in the next 12 months

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman again lists a number of rumors.

We know a lot about Apple’s plans for the rest of the year and into 2023

For none of these revelations are completely new, but that Gurman again lists them is positive to ensure that the chances increase that it is precisely these products we want to see. What is new, however, is that the Apple Silicon M3 arrives earlier than expected, and what guts the Apple Watch S8 gets. There is also something interesting to report about the VR / AR headset.

In his newsletter, Gurman lists the following products to be launched in 2022 and 2023:

  • iPhone 14 Pro (D73 and D74) launches in september 2022 with better front camera, 48MP main camera, thinner frames, A16 chip and a circular section for the front camera and a smaller FaceID sensor. USB C? No, still (perhaps faster) Lightning thinks Gurman.
  • Upgraded iPad Pro 11 and 12.9 ″ (J617 and J620) with M2 chip launched later in 2022.
  • iPad with 14 or 15 ″ (which we heard about already last summer) in 2023 or 2024.
  • M2 Mac mini.
  • M2 Pro Mac mini.
  • MacBook Pro 14 and 16 ″ with M2 Pro and M2 Max.
  • Mac Pro with M2 Ultra and M2 Extreme.
  • Apple Watch SE, Series 8 (with the S8 chip based on the S7 which was similar to the S6) and a tougher extreme-sport version.
  • New HomePod (B620) runs the S8 chip as in the new watches and will probably be launched next year. Is more similar to original HomePod in terms of size and sound quality. Upgraded panel on top. May get more touch.
  • Air Pods Pro 2 gets better sound quality.
  • New MacBook Air (J513) with M3 launched in 2023.

Follow up with M3 if not so long

Interestingly, Gurman hears the VR / AR headset running the M2 chip in combination with 16GB of RAM. M2 is not the big leap forward M1 was from older Intel chipsets, but then Apple is already working on M3 which will be equipped in a new 15-inch MacBook Air with code name J515.

A new iMac is on its way, it has the code name J433. Gurman has also heard of a 12 ″ MacBook, and we have also mentioned this before, but we have also heard that it hardly happens in the first place.