Soumya Prakash Pradhan

The New Year of 2024 has already begun, bringing with it the anticipation of new tech releases.

As the year progresses, Apple is expected to unveil some exciting products.

Let's take a look at the top seven anticipated launches for Apple in 2024:

Apple Vision Pro Mixed Reality Headset

Apple announced the Vision Pro headset at WWDC 2023, generating considerable excitement in the tech community about mixed reality's potential impact on the industry.

Industry experts suggest that the Vision Pro could be launched in January or early February.

Although Apple has disclosed an estimated cost of around Rs. 291,064 in Indian Rupees, the initial availability will be limited to the US, according to several tech reports.

Apple Watch X

In 2024, Apple might introduce the 10th-anniversary edition of the Apple Watch X, featuring exciting new features that could revolutionize the tech field.

iPad Pro

Speculations from experts like Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and Ming-Chi Kuo hint at the possibility of an iPad Pro with an OLED display, surpassing the current M2-powered lineup's LCD and mini LED panels.

With no iPad updates in 2023, a refresh is expected, and the iPad Pro models are likely to transition to M3 chipsets.

AirPods 4

The anticipated AirPods 4 from the Apple series may feature smaller stems, a USB-C case, and a speaker for 'Find My,' according to various tech reports, expected to be released in 2024.

MacBook Air with M3 Chipset

Although Apple unveiled its M3-powered MacBook Pro lineup in October, the MacBook Air was notably absent.

However, 2024 might see the latest M3 chip integrated into Apple's most affordable laptop.

iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Pro

Following significant changes in the iPhone 15 series in 2023, Apple might introduce further enhancements in the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16, including larger OLED panels (6.3-inch for Pro and standard, 6.9-inch for Plus and Pro) and the potential standardisation of the new Action Button across the entire lineup.

AirPods Max With USB-C

Despite the USB-C version for the AirPods Pro second generation in the iPhone 15 series, the premium AirPods Max continues to ship with the old Lightning port.

Reports suggest that Apple might transition to USB-C in the coming year, aligning it with most of its product lineup.