Apple hasn't even released its inaugural mixed-reality headset yet already some people are calling for a more affordable second-generation model as soon as 2025.
All future Pro-branded iPhones, rather than just this year's iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, are expected to exclusively use Apple's latest mobile chips.
An Apple headset announcement could happen in January, which is the same month the Cupertino company unveiled the original iPhone back in 2007.
Apple is said to overhaul System Preferences with macOS 13, an effort that reportedly includes organizing settings by apps, similar to Settings on iOS.
Apple is rumored to release an updated HomePod model in 2022 or 2023, but there may not be much innovation in hardware design for the Siri wireless speaker.
The current $179/$199 Apple TV 4K is too pricey for what it does, but a cheaper model could launch in the fall to better compete with other streaming boxes.
An analyst predicts Apple will drop the display notch from its 2023 lineup, adopting a pill-and-hole design across all iPhone 15 models instead.
The iPhone 15, arriving in 2023, has been predicted to finally ditch Lightning in favor of USB-C, an industry standard. A USB-C iPhone would be more than a convenience, it could help Apple deliver even faster charging and data transfer than Lightning.
Apple has been predicted to release a true fullscreen iPhone in 2024 that would hide a front camera behind the screen and feature an under-display Face ID.
All iPhone 14 models should bring autofocus to the front-facing selfie camera for clearer images, enhanced focus during FaceTime video calls and other perks.
Don't expect the current AirPods Pro to be available at a lower price when the second-generation model launches, according to a revered analyst who says Apple wants to avoid repeating the same mistake as with the non-Pro models.
Apple may be developing a foldable iPhone/iPad hybrid featuring a nine-inch OLED display when unfolded, but such a device is unlikely to launch before 2025.