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Apple to set to launch its ‘widest array’ of new products in the year 2022

Apple to set to launch its ‘widest array’ of new products in this year. This year Apple has a number of new products set for the reveal, ranging from the continuation of the Apple Silicon transition to the iPhone 14 and more.

According to journalist and notable Apple tracker Mark Gurman, Apple is working on four iPhone models, namely iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The company is also reportedly planning to launch a “low-end” MacE-book Pro, iMac with a bigger display screen, a brand new Mac Pro, AirPods Pro 2, and three Apple Watch fashions.

Apple is preparing to open up a range of new products this fall, including the iPhone 14 and the new iPad Pro models. In his latest Bloomberg edition Power On newsletter, Mark Gurman said that the company is gearing up to unveil its “widest array” of new products in history. 

According to Gurman, Apple is scheduled to launch four new iPhones – iPhone 14, Max, Pro, and Pro Max. In a previous report, he said that Apple is trying to be more consumer-friendly with its new product launches. And so, a low-end MacBook and iPad should begin this fall.

Other launches involved an updated larger-screen iMac, a new iMac Pro, and a fully-redesigned MacBook Air. He also mentioned that the AirPods Pro will receive an upgrade and three Apple Watches (Series 8, SE, and Rugged) will be introduced.

Most of these products are expected to debut in May, however, he notes that the iMac could come earlier.  Apple’s spring event to focus on that will see the beginning of the iPhone SE 3 and the iPad Air 5 with the new A15 chip.

The company is rumored to be working on larger tablets that would “blur the lines between tablet and laptop.” The new iPads could measure anywhere between 14 to 16 inches, and are expected to feature a glass back and wireless charging support for the first time.

Apple had also planned to launch its AR/VR headset this year, though it has been delayed into 2023.

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