Apple would plan all these launches during 2022: know the complete list

Apple devices. (photo: The Bandit)

It’s no secret that Apple is preparing many devices for this newly inaugurated 2022. However, the statement that the famous Bloomberg journalist, Mark Gurman, made about it was surprising: “Apple is preparing for this fall biggest product launch hardware throughout its history.

Complete list of devices that Apple would launch this 2022

– Four iPhone different: two standard models and two Pro.

– The first Mac Pro with Apple Silicon processor.

– A total renovation of the MacBook Air, which would bring the M2 chip, the MagSafe port and a completely new design.

– An update of the MacBook Pro input, probably with M2 processor.

– An update of the AirPods Pro.

– A new iPad economic.

– New iPad Pro with M2 processor and wireless charging on the back.

– An update of the iMac 24″, probably with M2 processor.

– Three Apple Watch: The Series 8, a new SE, and a much tougher Apple Watch.

A MacBook Air, an Apple Watch and an iPhone XS.  (photo: iPadizate)
A MacBook Air, an Apple Watch and an iPhone XS. (photo: iPadizate)

Apple would also prepare launches for April and May 2022

As if this list were not enough, Apple would also prepare some product launches for the middle of the year. As usual, these are products with less impact, although they are interesting both for the consumer and for the company itself, since they generate a lot of sales.

Rumors from the source mentioned at the beginning of the article indicate that Between April and May, Apple will introduce new iPhone SE Y iPad Air with A15 processor, matching the iPad mini in this aspect.

He also suggested that the company is likely to announce a High-end iMac with the M1 Pro processor or one High-end Mac mini with the aforementioned chip in the same event.

iMac model with M1 Pro processor. (photo: Bloomberg)
iMac model with M1 Pro processor. (photo: Bloomberg)

Apple’s Mac will have major renovations in 2022

This year is important for the Apple company as it completes the transition from Intel processors to the ARM architecture of processors. Apple Silicon. The process begins in 2020 when, in the WWDCcompany executives announce plans to upgrade the company’s entire line of computers to the new architecture.

Currently, Apple offers in its portfolio only three computers equipped with Intel processors: the 27-inch iMac, a variant of the Mac mini, and the Mac Pro. The rest of the lineup (MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, low-end Mac mini, and 24-inch iMac) have all switched to the new architecture.

Mac Pro de Apple. (foto: BBC)
Mac Pro de Apple. (foto: BBC)

The biggest challenge is definitely the Mac Pro, the renewed version but with two problems. First, Apple urgently needs create a chip that not only equals or surpasses Intel’s most advanced chip.

Second, you also need to file a graph solution equal to or better than GPUs Nvidia more advanced.

On the other hand, the launch of the Mac Pro must be accompanied by a software suite that adapts to the new architecture. The translation layer of Rosetta 2 offers good results, but only through Native applications can take full advantage of the hardware of these new devices.

By launching this group two years after announcing its move to the ARM architecture, Apple has given ample time to developers like Adobe The Autodesk to adapt its tools to the new platform, thus paving the way for this new Mac Pro.

Adobe on MacBook Pro using Rosetta 2. (photo: notiutil.com)
Adobe on MacBook Pro using Rosetta 2. (photo: notiutil.com)

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