Wanna See Everything That Apple Didn’t Announce In October

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Apple showed a wide range of new products at its Unleashed event in October. The company unveiled AirPods 3, a new HomePod mini, Color 5 Voice Plan, and Apple Music. Apple also pulled the sleeves from its updated MacBook Pro laptops powered by Apple’s new M1 Pro and M1 Max silicon chips. The new MacBook Pros are available in 14-inch and 16-inch versions and with Sport HDMI, SD card, MagSafe connections, and a touch bar.   

Two months later, Apple held the annual Developer Conference WWDC, where we got our first look at iOS 15, macOS Monterey, WatchOS 8, and iPadOS 15. In September, Apple unpacked its iPhone 6, iPad mini 6, and updated entry-level models iPad and iPhone 13 (standard, mini, pro, and pro-max models) of the Apple Watch 7, iPad mini 6. Since the most recent event in October, Apple has hosted three more events in 2021. In April, Apple unveiled new iPad updates, a colorful iMac, Airtag Tracker, a purple iPhone 12, and more. We also have a release date for the latest macOS, which we expect to release on October 25. 

But that’s not all Apple has announced so far. Here is a list of products we are still waiting for, including rumors and upcoming or expected releases. We don’t think any of these products will make their debut at Apple’s recent launches, but we might see some at future Apple events.   

Faster Mini Mac 

Faster Mini Mac 

Last year Apple introduced its Mac mini with the M1 chip. Owners of the Mac mini Thunderbolt-equipped iPad Pro have been waiting for something more affordable ever since. It looks like we’ll have to wait for an updated version of the iPad Pro powered by Apple’s Intel alternative. We have been waiting for the new iPad Pro for years.    

If the tech giant takes its M1 Pro and M1 Max processors off the market, we could see a faster Mac mini. In August, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman speculated that a new, more powerful Mac mini could come in the next few months. Apple will unveil its revamped iPhone SE in early 2020, a year after the tiny iPhone X was unveiled. According to a research note by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone SE will debut in the first half of 2022.  

Other rumors suggest that the new budget-friendly iPhone will feature an LCD display, 5G support, and a retro design with a front-facing ID. This is the thing Apple did with silicon chips last year, and the company outlined earlier this month that the iPhone SE will be released to support developers. No one expects the new iPhone SE to be unveiled at this latest event. Add Apple’s AR and VR headsets to the rumor mill, but don’t hold your breath.    

Apple Glasses 

Another rumor is Apple Glass. While we are some time away from seeing Apple Glass, Gurman speculates that we might not see it until 2023 at the earliest. To see the new colorful design, let’s take a look at the splash of color Apple gave the iMacs of 1999 after their debut in 1998 in a single color.    

Apple Car

Details remain vague, and it is unclear when the product will hit the market. Apple will not make its car debut until 2024, according to a Reuters report in December. Rumors about Apple Car have been around for years, but nothing suggests that the project is still alive. 

Apple Echo Show competitor

Apple hires Apple HomePod There are rumors that Apple is working with Amazon on an Echo Show competitor that will merge an entry-level iPad with speakers.    

Given that the new iPad Pro includes an ultra-wide camera with a central feature that can pan and zoom over multiple people speaking in one setting, Apple could pull off the much-needed articulated echo, shown in 10. 

Apple soundbar with built-in Apple TV

Another rumor that would make a lot of sense is that Apple is developing a soundbar for your TV that includes an Apple TV box. In addition to amplifying the sound of your TV, this type of TV-to-speaker combination would allow you to stream audio from a variety of AirPods (Pro and AirPod Max) and take advantage of Apple’s spatial audio and virtual surround capabilities without disturbing others in your house. While Roku offers multiple soundbars, its Smart TV app has a built-in Apple Ring tab for larger, more powerful models.

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