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Apple’s product catalogue for this year had a variety of options, and as per reports, 2022 is expected to be a massive year for the company. Besides the new lineup of iPhones, MacBooks, the Cupertino tech giant is tipped to venture into the AR business as well. Also Read – Apple likely to bring mixed reality headset in 2022 with focus on gaming: Check details
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in the latest edition of ‘Power On’ newsletter listed everything that Apple would likely bring for consumers next year. As per Gurman, from iPad Pro, MacBook Air, to iMac (the high-end model), the 2022 Apple products are said to get revamped. Also Read – Flipkart Big Bachat Dhamaal sale: Best smartphone deals on iPhone 12 Mini, ROG Phone 3 and more
Apple’s product roadmap for 2022 reveals refreshed iPad Pro, MacBook Air, and more
Mark says that Apple might apply a new design on the upcoming iPad Pro and that it will have wireless charging support. The company will make updates to the entry-level iPad, and the iPad Air. Also Read – iPhone SE (2020) gets a massive discount, available at the lowest ever price
A redesigned MacBook Air could be baking in the oven as well, and it is said to be the biggest revamp in Apple’s product history. Besides a new design language, it is expected to ship with the next-gen M2 silicon. Moreover, a revamped high-end iMac is said to be on the list too that will have Apple’s latest chip and be placed above the new 24-inch model.
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As for other refreshes, the MacBook Air 2022 is rumoured to get a bold design, and likely mimic the colourful shades of 24-inch iMacs. The laptop could get an upgraded M1 or M2 chip and might have MagSafe charging back. Reports further suggest that the next iPad could ‘benefit from the first 3-nanometer chip’ that would enhance performance and efficiency.
Moving on to the rest of the portfolio, the AirPods Pro 2 is anticipated to unveil in Q3, 2022 with a refined design, shorter stem and noise cancellation. There’s gossip around built-in sensors to aid ‘fitness tracking’ as well. While most…