Bloomberg claims Apple might delay the release of the Vision Pro to "sometime around March." Apple CEO Tim Cook recently said the headset remains on track.
Apple is reportedly preparing to allow customers to sideload iPhone apps from alternative app stores beginning in the first half of 2024.
The next Apple Watch could expand health tracking with the ability to detect blood pressure and sleep apnea, starting with 2024 models.
Apple could be prepping new features not only for its regular AirPods earbuds but also the $249 AirPods Pro and the outdated AirPods Max headphones.
The iTunes Movies and TV Shows apps will be nixed from tvOS in favor of the ability to purchase movies and shows directly in the TV app.
Apple has been working on generative AI for years, which could result in a smarter version of Siri next year and enhancements to Apple Music and more.
Apple could release at least three new iPad models around March 2024, in time for the spring, but those should be "more minor" in terms of specifications.
Apple could soon release a new iMac model after leaving the iconic all-in-one desktop computer without a refresh for more than three years now.
Instead of significant new features and design changes, the new iPad Air, iPad mini and base iPad will bump specs by swapping Apple silicon for newer chips.
A more affordable version of Apple’s Vision Pro headset could cost between $1,500 and $2,500, a price that the vast majority of consumers may still deem too high.
The iPhone mini is going to be discontinued after three years—stock of the iPhone mini 13 and 14 is low and there won't be an iPhone 15 mini this time around.
Apple isn't expected to update its iPad lineup in 2023 with the exception of the next iPad Air expected to release this October but without a dedicated event.