Every New Product Of Apple Coming
We gaze into our crystal ball to predict the upcoming Apple launches: here are all the new Apple products we expect to come out in 2023.
The past few years might have been overshadowed somewhat by the pandemic, but that hasn’t stopped Apple from overhauling most of its product range, including getting almost all the way through transitioning the Mac from Intel to its own processors.
In 2022 we saw Apple launch the iPhone 14 series, three new iPhone 15 a new set of Air Pod free, a new-look 10.9 inches iPad the Mac studio, and the M2 Book Air pro and M2 13 in Mac book pro among other updates.
In this article, we take a look at what we expect Apple to launch in 2023. We’ve investigated every rumor and trend we could find to bring you our predictions. Read on to find out what could be in store.
What Apple Has Released In 2023 So Far
Apple hit the ground running in 2023 with new Macs and a new Home Pod in January. M2 and Mac Mini and Mac Mini pro with M2 fourteen inches and sixteen inches Mac pro with M2 Pro chip. New full-size Home Pod bit of a surprise this one.
What Apple Released In 2022
12.9-inch and 11-inch M2 iPad pro. Apple watch series 8.Mac studio 1st generation. Apple watch SE 2nd generation. Air Pod pros 2nd generation. iPhone pro 3rd generation.
iPad pro 5th generation. studio display. M2 Mac book Air. M2 Mac book 13 in pro 10.9 inches Pad 10th generation. iPhone 14 and 14 plus. iPhone 14 pro max and 14 Pro Max. Apple Watch Ultra.
What New Apple Products Are Coming In 2023?
In the sections below we have spilt products into categories including Mac, iPad, iPhone, and some new product categories. Read on to find out what to expect. You may also like to read about what we expect in terms of the Apples Watch event in 2023.
It is now about coming up for three years since Apple revealed, in June 2020, that it would be transitioning all its Macs from Intel processors to its own silicon within two years. Apple missed that deadline as the Mac Pro is still running on Intel processors.
Nearly every other Mac is now running on the second generation of Apple silicon – with the MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro running on the M2, and the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro on the M2 Pro and M2 Max.
There’s now an M2 and M2 Pro version of the Mac mini, and a whole new category of Mac in the Mac Studio. That still leaves the following Macs in need of a second-generation Apple silicon update. Here’s what we’re still expecting to arrive:
15-inch MacBook Air: Rumors of a larger Mac book Air have been circulating for some time and 2023 could be the year we finally see a bigger MacBook Air.
iMac: A M2 iMac and we hope an M2 Pro iMac–could/should be in the pipeline at Apple. Perhaps even the revival of the 27 inches iMac pro However, it sounds like the next iMac could be an M3 iMac and we might be waiting a little longer for that one.
Mac Pro: Work is said to be underway on the Apple Silicon Mac Pro, which could feature an M2 Ultra or even an M2 Extreme. Read more here: the next Mac Pro everything we know.
New iPads: There was one iPad that wasn’t updated in 2022, so that looks the most likely for an update. But there’s also a rumor that a larger iPad Pro could be coming.
iPad mini: A new iPad mini, the seventh generation could be coming in 2023.
Bigger iPad Pro: There could be a 14 inches iPad pro coming from Apple in 2023.
New iPhones: The arrival of a new set of iPhones in September 2023 is highly likely, but will other new iPhones arrive earlier in 2023?
iPhone 15: The iPhone 15 and Plus, Pro, and Pro Max are likely to arrive, like clockwork, in September 2023. In fact, the iPhone 15 Pro Max may be renamed the iPhone Ultra pro.
iPhone SE Plus: This is a long shot, but a few years ago now there were rumors that Apple could launch a bigger version of the iPhone SE Plus – which would mean that those who want a big iPhone and a Home button would have an option.
New Apple Watch: There is bound to be at least one new watch in 2023. If Apple launches an Apple Watch Series 9 we could possibly see some Apple Watch Ultra features make their way to that device.
New categories: If Apple was never to innovate away from the products it makes right now it could be left behind as technology progresses. It’s no surprise therefore that the company is working on various new areas. We don’t expect all of these to land in 2023, but rumors suggest that some of them still could arrive sooner rather than later.
AR Glasses Mixed Reality Headset: Apple’s made clear its interest in augmented reality, and we may hear more about its plans to make AR glasses in 2023. The rumors suggest that we could see Apple’s AR and VR headset products in 2023. Apple’s upcoming xr OS may even be the start of a whole new ecosystem of devices.
We hope that Apple will show off something at WWDC 2023 in an attempt to get developers to design apps for the new device, but we expecting to see a final product yet.
Home Pod with screen: We do hope there is some truth in the rumors that Apple is working on a Home Pod with a screen. We’ve always said that a screen would make the Home Pod infinitely more usable, but perhaps we are the only ones who hate having to talk to our speaker.
A screen would extend the uses of the Home Pod beyond audio into visual so you could watch podcasts and news reports and YouTube videos, but most usefully communicate via FaceTime. So, for all Apple has done is brought back the full-size Home Pod that it removed from sale.
Gaming console: There are even rumors that Apple could have plans to release a games console or at least an Apple TV with improved gaming credentials.
Car: A round-up of Apple rumors wouldn’t be a complete round-up without the latest i-Car rumors. This is a rumor that has been going on for years–it’s in the same territory as the long-rumored Apple television. As for whether Apple is a car or car software nobody is sure, but Apple has definitely had a team working on the project over the years.
Six Major Products Expected From Apple In 2023
As we approach the end of a busy product release season for Apple with only new iPads and Macs left to be announced over the next month or so, we’re also setting our sights on 2023.
Apple is rumored to have several major products in the pipeline for next year, including new Macs, a new Home pad a VR/AR headset, and so much more. Other than new iPhones and Apple Watches, which are expected every year on a regular cadence, there are other products to look forward to from Apple.
Below, we’ve rounded up six major products other than the iPhone you can expect to launch next year, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in his latest power on newsletters.
15-Inch MacBook Air:
Apple is expected to release a 15-inch Mac book air in 2023, as previously rumored and reaffirmed today by Gurman. The MacBook Air is rumored to be similar in display size to the 16-inch MacBook Pro but with a thinner and lighter design.
The current MacBook Air measures 13 inches, and the 15-inch MacBook Air would likely use the same design as the current model, which was introduced in June.
iMac With M3 Chip:
Apple is working on a new iMac that it plans to launch next year, according to Gurman. The new iMac will feature the M3 Apple chip but other details, including its design and size, have yet to be seen. Apple is also working on an “iMac Pro,” but whether that’s the rumored M3 iMac or a separate standalone product is unclear.
Apple TV, Home Pod, and FaceTime Camera All-in-One:
Apple is working on a new product for the home that combines a Home Pod with an Apple TV and a Face time camera. The product was originally reported in April 2021, and Gurman today said it could launch towards the end of 2023.
“The device’s other capabilities would include standard Apple TV boxes functions like watching video and gaming plus smart speaker uses such as playing music and using Apple’s Siri digital assistant,” Gurman said in a previous report.
Additional details about the product, including its form factor and price, are not yet known, but with a launch possibly slated for sometime next year, more details may emerge in the coming months.
Reality Pro Headset:
Perhaps one of the first Apple product introductions in 2023 will be the company’s long-rumored AR/VR headset. According to serval reports Apple is planning to release its headset, which it may call Reality Pro next year. Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo has reported that Apple is planning an event as soon as announces the new headset.
New Home Pod:
After discontinuing the product in 2021, Apple is rumored to be working on a new full-sized Home Pod to launch next year, according to Gurman and Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. According to Gurman, the new Home Pod will be sized similarly to the original Home Pod with improved audio quality and powered by the S8 chip from the Apple watch series 8. The new Home Pod could launch in the first quarter of 2023, according to Kuo.
Apple Silicon Mac Pro:
One of the most anticipated product announcements of 2023 is a new Mac Pro, as the current version still features Intel processors. Rumors suggest the upcoming Mac Pro will feature the M2Ultra chip with a 20-core CPU, up to a 64-core GPU, and 64GB or 128GB of unified memory.
The Mac Pro is also expected to be offered with an “M2 Extreme” chip, which will have a 40-core CPU, up to a 128-core GPU, and at least 128GB or 256GB of unified memory.
9 Apple Products We Are Looking Forward To In 2023
A new year means new Apple products to spend our hard-earned money on. So, here’s what you can expect from the Cupertino-based company in 2023. Like every year, you can expect a ton of new products from Apple in 2023, and we know that you can’t wait to see them all.
A brand-new mixed-reality headset, new Apple silicon-powered Macs, and the next generation of iPhones are only some of the things we’re hoping for.
So, while we patiently wait for the official release of these products, we can only speculate. So, here’s a look at what Apple may have in store for us in 2023.
- 15 inches MAC book
- iPhone 15
- Redesigned iPhone SE
- Home Pod 2
- Bigger iPad pro
- M2 Mac Mini
- M2 Pro and M2 Max MacBook Pro Models
- iMac Pro With Apple Silicon
- Mixed Reality Headset
1. 15 Inches MAC Book:
Everyone was blown away by the redesigned MacBook Air Apple launched in 2022, so it’s safe to say we’re pretty excited about a potential 15-inch model. As it stands, this MacBook will be the largest MacBook Air yet, with certain rumors telling us that it will measure an exact 15.2 inches.
As for the design, no drastic changes are expected compared to the current model in store shelves. Thin bezels, a slim profile, and flat edges are some traditional MacBook Air designs we’re hoping to see. There have also been rumors of a 1080p camera, Mag Safe charging, and an upgraded speaker system.
What we are really looking forward to is the chip that Apple plans to use. There has been speculation that the 15-inch MacBook Air will have both the M2 and M2 Pro chips. Unfortunately, no details of the M2 Pro chip have been leaked, so we’re pretty much in the dark.
2. iPhone 15:
The year is never complete without the launch of a new iPhone series, and 2023 will be no less. Let’s look at what we can expect from the next generation of Apple iPhones. Apple killed off the iPhone mini with the iPhone 14 series and replaced it with a much bigger iPhone 14 plus model, so we are likely to see the same lineup as the iPhone 14.
However, there have been leaks of an iPhone 15 Ultra after Apple released its Apple Watch Ultra. Could the iPhone 15 Ultra just be another name for the iPhone 15 Pro Max or an entirely new model? We’ll have to wait a while to find out. A marked change we can expect is the replacement of the Lightning Port with a USB-C.
Moreover, there’s a slight chance Apple incorporates Dynamic Island into all the models. A new periscope camera lens is also expected in the iPhone 15 Pro models that can increase its zoom capability more than ever. For a rough estimate, the current Pro models can zoom up to 3x with a telephoto lens, while the periscope lens may go up to as much as 10x.
3. Redesigned iPhone SE:
The current iPhone SE 3 features thick bezels, a Home button, and an LCD. But with the iPhone SE 4, rumors suggest that Apple might cancel all of that out and release a redesigned iPhone SE with thin bezels, no Home button, and an OLED display to bring it up to mark with the flagship iPhones.
Leaks have strongly suggested that the iPhone SE 4 will strongly resemble the iPhone XR, with a 6.1-inch display and rounded edges. The phone might also have a notch, but we’re unsure if Face ID will be introduced to keep the costs down. Who knows, next year’s redesigned iPhone SE 4 might just be the budget-friendly phone you need.
4. Home Pod 2:
It is been more than two years since the debut of the Home Pod, so it is about time for an upgrade. There’s not much we can tell you about the design since there’s no set template that is usually followed, but rumors of an amazing smart display that resembles a mesh of an iPad and speaker are floating around.
While a Home Pod with a display would definitely be a fun change, improvements in HomeKit are also expected, along with better audio hardware.
5. Bigger iPad Pro:
Wait, did someone say 16-inch iPad Pro? Wow, that’s massive, especially as the biggest iPad yet sports a 12.9 inches measurement. Apple’s largest laptop currently features a 16-inch display, so the iPad Pro will equal that if it does release as rumored.
How cool is that? However, some analysts speak of a 14-inch display rather than a 16-inch one, while others are divided between the two. Apart from the size change, all other information about the next iPad Pro seems to be all over the place.
A switch to an OLED display and an M2 or M3 chip is among the various rumors. However, it is clear that the target audience for this product primarily includes professionals such as graphic designers that need a larger canvas to work on.
6. M2 Mac Mini:
For those of you who don’t know, Mac Mini Apples are tiny desktop computers. Some design changes are expected for the next Mac Mini, including a smaller body, the addition of ports such as USB-C and Ethernet, more color options, the removal of its circular base, and even a replacement of the aluminum top.
Lots to look forward to with this one, is not it? The M2 Mac Mini will probably get an M2 chip, but recent speculation of the M2 Pro chip being featured has also surfaced. We can not wait to see how this plays out in the end.
7. M2 Pro and M2 Max MacBook Pro Models:
The updated version of the 14 and 16 inches Mac book pro models will probably come out in early 2023, but we’re not expecting any significant changes. Apple gave the MacBook Pro a major redesign in 2021, meaning the newer models will likely look similar for the most part.
However, we can expect upgraded internals for the models, with rumors of an M2 Max and M2 Pro chip standing strong. The M2 Max chip is expected to feature 64GB memory, along with a 12-core CPU and 38-core GPU. We don’t know much about the M2 Pro chip, but it’s safe to assume it will not be as powerful as the M2 Max.
8. iMac Pro With Apple Silicon:
While plans for multiple new iMacs in 2023 have been indicated, the iMac Pro is the focus of attention for now, mainly because of the M3 chip that it’s likely to feature. Taking a step up from the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips in the MacBook Pro, the iMac Pro is expected to be released with a brand-new M3 chip to top it all.
However, what the iMac Pro will look like is a little confusing as of now. Some say the iMac Pro will be a revival of the 27-inch iMac Pro model that was released in 2017 and discontinued in 2022, while others believe the iMac Pro will be an upgraded version of the 24-inch iMac launched in 2021.
Industry experts also speculate that the iMac Pro might feature mini-LED and Pro-Motion, similar to the MacBook Pro.
9. Mixed Reality Headset:
Apple’s take on virtual/mixed reality headsets is yet to arrive, so the rumors are sky-high for this one. People have anticipated the release of a mixed-reality headset from Apple for years, and it looks like 2023 is the year it will finally see the light of day.
Since it is going to be the first one there, we can’t speculate much, but What we do know about the Apple headset is that it will likely cost an arm and a leg. Since it combines AR and VR, we can expect a lot of cameras, and some reports describe it as resembling a pair of ski goggles with a blend of different materials.
Will Apple Go Strong With Its Products In 2023?
Laptops, phones, desktops, speakers, headsets; you name it, Apple almost has it. The Cupertino-based company is set to release brand-new models of everything mentioned above, with new designs and faster processors. We are certainly looking forward to seeing how Apple plays its cards in 2023. Will it continue to remain at the top as the biggest and most valuable brand in the world? Only time will tell.
In conclusion, Apple currently sells eight different iPhone models that date back to 2020. Compare that to when Steve Jobs launched the original iPhone in 2007. where the only option was getting 4GB or 8GB of storage. While there’s no such thing as a true best iPhone, depending on your needs, budget, and preferences, some iPhone models will be better for you than others.
With the addition of the iPhone 14 series and the iPhone 11, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max being discontinued, deciding on the right one can be confusing. In terms of prices, the current iPhone lineup starts as low as $429 for the iPhone SE 2022 and tops off at $1,599 for the iPhone 14 pro max with a whopping 1TB of storage.
Below are the various models, their release date, the number of rear cameras they have, their processors, and their current list price, which for some phones includes a $30 activation fee that’s waived if you activate your iPhone on a carrier at the time of purchase.
And if you’re looking for the best iPhone deal we have you covered there too. Whether it’s the tiny iPhone 13 Mini and its 5.4-inch screen or the 2020 iPhone 12, you actually have a lot of options to choose from for your perfect phone.
Navigating Apple’s iPhone spectrum can be overwhelming, whether you’re considering colors the iPhone 13 comes in six, or features like the iPhone 14 Pro’s Dynamic phone, which expands and contracts to show system alerts. Then there are the cameras.
The iPhone typically has some of the best cameras found on any phone. But the iPhone SE has just one on the back. The 12, 13, 13 Mini, 14, and 14 Plus each have dual-rear cameras. And then there’s the 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max that not only have a trio of cameras but come with features like the ability to take pro raw photos or record pro rec videos.
To further complicate things, carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon as well as third parties like Best Buy and Amazon continue to sell discontinued models such as the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. And then there are the prices.
Apple’s starting price for each model isn’t necessarily what you’ll pay. I know, it is a lot. But I’ve tested all eight versions of the iPhone and can help you navigate through all the noise.