Apple is expected to launch the three brand different Apple Watch models next year.TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in his latest investor letter, also revealed important details about the iPhone SE 2022 and 2023 models.Kuo says an important upgrade in AirPods Pro is expected. AirPods Pro is also expected.The three models that make up the Apple Watch series will likely include the much-anticipated sporty version that is rugged and.iPhone SE (2022) model is believed to come with 3GB of RAM, but not any design changes.
Mark Gurman’s most recent PowerOn Newsletter also provided a glimpse into the future of Apple plans for 2022.The range is expected to include a revamped iPad Pro and a high-end iMac.The new lineup is expected to feature a new MacBook Air that would be powered by Apple’s M2 chip.Alongside the enhancements to its computers, Apple is said to have the iPhone 14 lineup in plans for 2022.In 2022, the iPhone SE scheduled to arrive in the first quarter of 2022 will likely include 5G connectivity.
Kuo states in the investor’s note, which was accessed via MacRumors and 9to5Mac in the investor note, that although the iPhone SE (2022) may have 3GB of RAM, and small improvements in specs however, it’s that iPhone SE (2023) model which is expected to have significant improvements. It will come with 4GB of RAMand bigger screen than iPhone SE (2022) which will likely have the 4.7-inch screen. The 2023 model is expected include the 5.7-inch up to a 6.1-inch touchscreen LCD. Kuo is also predicting that Luxshare ICT is an NPI provider for 2023’s iPhone SE.
Furthermore, Kuo claims that three new Apple Watch models are expected to launch in the coming year. The range could comprise Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE upgrade, as well as a rugged sports model, too. The analyst isn’t going to provide much information regarding the new wearables. He also states an update to AirPods Pro will be announced in 2022. The new model is expected to have an “significantly upgraded” chip. The reports have indicated it is likely that 2022’s AirPods Pro model may integrate health sensors and eliminate the stem design.