8 Apple products we are most excited about in 2022

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Apple This year has been a busy year with multiple launches and many new products. Last week, the tech giant announced a new MacBook Pro, third-generation AirPods, new colors for the HomePod mini, and a new tier of Apple Music subscriptions: the Voice plan. But there is still a lot to expect – not this year, but 2022, spanning multiple events. We hope to see the iPhone SE 3, the pro-grade Mac mini, the redesigned MacBook Air, the iPhone 14, and more.

Let’s take a peek inside the crystal ball and find out what Apple holds in 2022.

iPhone SE 3

The iPhone SE 2 was a surprise hit as the $ 399 smartphone debuted at the start of the global pandemic. While the iPhone SE didn’t have a modern design, the phone worked because it gave ordinary consumers enough reason to upgrade in a pandemic era. The next iPhone SE is likely to launch early next year, and it will still have a vintage design, but with 5G support and the latest A15 processor. Simply put, the next generation iPhone SE will be based on a design language iPhone 8, with a new internal arrangement.

The MacBook Air may soon be updated with a new design and updated internals. (Image credit: John Prosser / Front Page Tech)

MacBook Air 2022

Apple released a new MacBook Air with an M1 processor in late 2020, but a laptop successor could debut mid-next year. The MacBook Air is the most popular Mac you can buy on the market, but its design hasn’t changed much in recent years. Rumor has it that the next MacBook Air will have a slim and light design, but with flat edges and white bezels around the display, and a redesigned keyboard. In fact, it can launch in fun color options, just like the M1 iMac. Other notable features include an M2 processor, 1080p webcam, mini LED display, and MagSafe. Expect the new MacBook Air to cost more than your existing MacBook Air.

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Mac mini Pro

When Apple announced the new MacBook Pro with the M1 Pro and M1 Max processors last week, many were surprised to see the lack of a “Mac mini Pro” look. Earlier this year, Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman revealed that an updated Mac mini could be announced at one of Apple’s fall events in 2021, but that didn’t happen. Interestingly, the next Mac mini will not receive a new processor, but a complete redesign. Rumor has it that the so-called Mac mini Pro will have a plexiglass top and magnetic power cord, as well as 4 Thunderbolt ports, 2 USB-A ports, an Ethernet port, and an HDMI port. But the biggest highlight of the new Mac mini will be the M1 Pro processor, the same chipset that powers the new MacBook Pro. With the M1 Pro, Apple can live up to the “professional” title in the Mac mini. The upcoming Mac mini with M1 Pro will replace Intel-based on Mac mini.

Updated 27-inch iMac

Apple sells a 24-inch iMac with an M1 processor, but it’s aimed at entry-level consumers. The new iMac with a 27-inch screen is what “professional” consumers should expect from Apple next year. The new 27-inch all-in-one iMac will likely have the latest M1 Pro processor under the hood. What’s more, the 27-inch iMac is expected to feature a mini LED display with ProMotion capabilities, providing an adaptive refresh rate from 24Hz to 120Hz. The new 27-inch iMac is not intended to replace the desktop versions of the M1 released last November.

iPad Pro 2022

Apple is definitely working on the next generation iPad Pro, which will launch sometime in 2022. The existing iPad Pro, especially the 12.9-inch model, is quite powerful with an M1 chip inside and includes an improved display using Mini-LED technology. … The question arises: what will Apple do with the iPad Pro next? Most likely, Apple will change the design language of the iPad Pro, add wireless charging capabilities, and bring mini-LED screen technology to the 11-inch model. Along with the next generation iPad Pro, a new Apple Pencil could be announced.

AirPods Pro 2

It’s been over two years since Apple first released the AirPods Pro and they should be updated. The second-generation AirPods Pro likely to arrive next year will not be stockless, but may include a skin detection sensor, as shown in ‌AirPods 3. Although not confirmed, there will be speaker holes on the bottom of the AirPods 2 case as Apple is rumored to add a new feature in which “Find me” is separate for the case and headphones. They can also include improved sound and improved noise canceling capabilities.

The next iPhone 14 may look very different from the iPhone 13. (Image credit: Jon Prosser / Front Page Tech)

iPhone 14

Indeed, Apple will launch a new flagship iPhone next year. The new iPhone 14 is expected to debut in the fall of 2022. It will have a front camera with a hole punch, no camera protrusion and a titanium body. It can also have a TouchID under the display. The iPhone 13 is said to be the last mini iPhone. Instead, Apple is reportedly ditching the mini-sized iPhone in favor of the second regular iPhone at its maximum size. Expect the A16 next year with a lot of performance improvements, as well as 2TB storage capacity.

New product category

Mixed reality headset

While Apple Car is still a few years away from launching, Cupertino may showcase its AR / VR headset in 2022. Apple has been working on a virtual reality headset for years that will reportedly serve as a “high-end niche product.” The headset will be the first new hardware from the company since the release of the Apple Watch in 2015. Bloomberg In January, it was reported that the device may have both virtual and augmented reality functions. The headset, codenamed “N301”, may have 8K displays, eye tracking technology, and multiple cameras to track your hand movements and record video. Sony, Htc and Facebook have been experimenting with virtual reality technologies for quite some time.



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