In 2022, Apple plans to re-launch some of its products, and support new features. For Apple, the whole of 2021 is a booming year. They announced the new Apple Silicon-powered macs, the iPhone 13 lineup, and more. The tech giant did really well this year, needless to say. A long list of expectations is thrown to the industry, looking forward to next year, 2022.
In his latest edition of Power on the News, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman gives details about everything he expects from Apple. Their rumors plan to open new configurations for some of their products, with new features to be added to your operating system.
In its newsletter, Gruman falls short and confirms much more than what it has already reported about what users should expect from Apple in 2022.
Gurman asserts that the rumor mill is part of Apple’s thinking. Essentially, he said Apple is in the process of releasing a new iPad Pro design that supports wireless charging. Other ideas from the company include iPad entry level updates and low-end iPad Air.
Also, Apple’s revamped MacBook air is in the works for 2022, which will replace the redesigned high-end iMac with Apple Silicon. A new entry-level MacBook Pro will also be on the way.
In addition, Apple is set to release the new Mac Pro and Mac mini in 2022.
Moving forward for the Apple Watch, Gurman said he expects three new models from Apple, which should include an updated Apple Watch SE and a limited edition model. He also expects a ‘ruggedized’ version that will target high-end athletes.