The new Macs, iPad Pro and iPhone SE will start Apple’s new year with a bang

To start the new year, Apple is already preparing to launch flagship products. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the fruit company, is planning a spring event to be held in March or April to launch new products. The product that Gurman mentioned specifically was an iPhone SE, but Apple is looking to start this year with a focus on moving its remaining Macs to Apple Silicon.

New iMac 27″

For starters, the 27″ iMac seems to be revealed at this event. Reliable sources such as Ross Young have said they expect a new “Pro” mini-LED iMac with a 27″ display as well as a 120Hz ProMotion to arrive in the first quarter of 2022.

This coincides with the spring event, and recently DigiTimes reported that the new desktop will be available in other colors that may be similar to the recently released 24″ iMac.

The device will likely have black bezels and will replace the aging 27″ iMac that was last updated in August 2020. These new desktops will likely have very similar specs to the recently released 14 and 16″ MacBook Pros. in 2021. Also, some rumors have pointed to a possible M1 Max Duo inside, which will make it the best desktop ever.

New MacBooks

Also, we will probably be introduced to Apple Silicon‘s new generation, M2. The MacBook Air and 13″ MacBook Pro will likely get this M2 chip with redesigns.

The MacBook Air could be renamed “MacBook” and will be the thinnest computer ever made by Apple. The MacBook Air will also receive new colors similar to the stands of the 24″ iMac, iPad Air and AirPods Max. The new MacBook Air will also do away with the famous wedge design it has had for so long.

The 13″ MacBook Pro could be renamed »Macbook Air.” It will get a new design which is basically the smaller version of the 14″ MacBook Pro M1 Pro. This new laptop will also get the M2 chip and will likely be more clocked, but will be aimed at those who don’t need all the performance of the 14″ or 16″ MacBook Pro and also a better, smaller form factor.

  • Both computers will receive MagSafe and the removal of their respective logos from the display frame.
  • The new MacBook Air will have white bezels, and a notch is likely, though I can’t confirm that.

The new 13″ MacBook Pro will likely get the notch as it will be a smaller version of the 14″. The laptop will also have the Touch Bar removed and will have dark bezels. Right now, color options are still up in the air.

Also, the redesigned and colorful Mac mini may be getting M2. The new Mac mini has been in the works for a while; Apple has developed two versions: the M2 version and a version with the M1 Pro/M1 Max inside which will replace the Space Gray Intel variant. Both could be released in the spring with the biggest design change since 2007, when Apple last redesigned the Mac mini.

The M2 variant could have color options and be very similar to the 24″ iMac and have the same new circular MagSafe connector. The M1 Pro and M1 Max variants will look very similar to the upcoming 27″ iMac just without the screen and stand.

New iPad Pro

But we’re not done with the M2 chip yet. Apple’s biggest change to the iPad is coming soon with the redesigned iPad Pro for 2022. Apple will equip the iPad Pro with the new M2 chip with a redesign, glass back and support for Qi wireless charging. MagSafe is also coming to the iPad for the first time. It still doesn’t look like much software will change with the M2 chip.

Apple could also add a fourth lens on the back with the already existing Ultra Wide, Wide, LiDAR cameras, which could be a new telephoto lens.

iPhone SE Plus

The iPhone SE will be a minor update and will likely be called the iPhone SE Plus instead of the full next generation, as Ross Young said. It will likely take 10 minutes at most into the event as Apple focuses on the new M2 chip and launches the new M2 iPad Pro, 13″ MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac mini, ending the M1 lineup with the iMac 27 ″, then at WWDC the M1 Mac Pro.

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[The information provided in this article has NOT been confirmed by Apple and may be speculation. Provided details may not be factual. Take all rumors, tech or otherwise, with a grain of salt.]

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