Apple is at it again, folks! They’re releasing new products left and right like they’ve got nothing better to do. And let’s be real here, who needs a life when you can have the latest Apple gadget?
According to Bloomberg (because where else would we get our news?), Apple will soon release refreshed versions of their existing offerings. Because why innovate when you can just slap on some upgrades and call it a day?
First up are two new 24-inch iMacs that are slated for launch. But wait, there’s more! Apple has also begun early work on an even larger 30-inch iMac because apparently size does matter.
And don’t worry iPad fans, your beloved tablets aren’t being forgotten either. The iPad Pro and iPad Air are both expected to receive refreshes as well with OLED screens finally making an appearance in the lineup.
But what about wearables? Fear not my fellow tech enthusiasts because according to this report from Bloomberg (again), we’ll see a brand spanking new Apple Watch Ultra along with two sizes of the next-generation Apple Watch 9 hitting stores near us very soon!
Now onto laptops – or should I say MacBook Pros? Apparently these bad boys will come in three different variants:13-,14- ,and16-inches all featuring “Apple’s M3 chipset.” Whatever that means…
Oh but hold up…there’s one product missing from this list so far isn’t there? Ah yes –the highly anticipated Vision Pro headset which only select members were allowed access too until now… cue dramatic music
The company plans on expanding its circle beyond senior engineers & executives by allowing “select” developers access starting next month; however reports suggest motion sickness may occur while wearing them due weight issues…
Despite potential discomforts though specs show how powerful these headsets really could be compared against competitors thanks largely through custom processors designed specifically reduce latency between user input/output signals
So if you’re looking to spend some serious cash on the latest and greatest from Apple, keep your eyes peeled for these upcoming releases. Because let’s face it – who needs a savings account when you can have an iMac that takes up half of your desk or a watch so advanced it could probably run NASA?