Like every year, Apple will launch their latest iPhone in autumn or fall, as the Americans call it. The launch event is scheduled for sometime in September or early October. However, Apple won’t be only launching the iPhone. Instead, they will be launching a hoard of devices.

To be precise, Apple is planning to launch four new iPhone 14s, a set of new iPads, three Apple Watches, several M2 / M3-upgraded Macs, a pair of refreshed AirPods Pro buds, a new HomePod, and an upgraded Apple TV model.

Although Apple has already announced two new Macs that will feature its latest flagship M2 processor at the WWDC, it also plans to launch several new Macs with several variations of the M2 processor.

This includes an M2 Mac Mini, an M2 Pro Mac Mini, an M2 Pro or an M2 Max 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros, and an M2 Ultra or an M2 Extreme Mac Pro.

And then there are the rumours surrounding Apple’s mixed reality headset, which is specific for an Autumn release this year. And if things weren’t heated enough for Apple fans already, rumours suggest that Apple is almost ready with their M3 SoC and will launch something or the other by the end of the year or early 2023.

For the iPhone 14, there are rumours that only the Pro and Pro Max models are reportedly set to receive the new and more powerful A16 chip and support for an always-on display. The Pro models will also get a whole new 48MP camera sensor and a new notch design, which features a pill and a hole-shaped cutout for Face ID and the front-facing camera, respectively.

The standard, non-Pro models of the iPhone 14 will have the same A15 chip that comes with the iPhone 13. Also, this year, instead of a Mini model, we will have the iPhone 14 Max, with a 6.7-inch display.

Apple’s also expected to release three new models of the Apple Watch Series 8 this fall. The standard Watch Series 8, a new SE Watch, and a more ‘rugged’ version of the Watch Series 8 are aimed at people into extreme sports.

While the S8 chip present in the upcoming Watch Series 8 will offer the same level of performance as the preceding S7 and S6 chips, the Watch next year will reportedly feature an upgraded processor.

Apple is also likely to discontinue its best-selling smartwatch, the Series 3 Watch, in favour of the new SE, which could also come with the S8 processor.

As for the upcoming iPads, rumours indicate that Apple will launch M2-equipped 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models later this year, in addition to a larger iPad between 14 and 15 inches in the next year. A new entry-level iPad will also come with an A14 chip, 5G, and USB-C connectivity.

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