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What Not To Expect From Apple's 'Wonderlust' Event On September 12

Here's what not to expect from apple's 'wonderlust' event on september 12. The new iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro series, an Apple Watch Series 9, and a second-generation Apple Watch Ultra are scheduled to be unveiled at Apple's annual fall presentation on Tuesday, September 12.

Author:Daniel BarrettSep 05, 202313120 Shares312380 Views
The new iPhone15 and iPhone 15 Pro series, an Apple Watch Series 9, and a second-generation Apple Watch Ultra are scheduled to be unveiled at Apple's annual fall presentation on Tuesday, September 12.
It may also release some additional new items, although there are a few rumored forthcoming devices that we don't expect to see this month.
We've developed a list of goods that Apple is unlikely to reveal in September, but rather later in the year or in 2024 and beyond, to help set expectations ahead of Apple's "Wonderlust" event.

Macs With M3 Processors

Apple is working on new Macs that will be powered by the company's next-generation M3 processor, which is constructed on TSMC's 3nm process, resulting in considerable performance and power efficiency improvements over the 5nm-based M2 chip that Apple's most recent Mac models are based on.
An apple logo alongside the word M3
An apple logo alongside the word M3
The first of Apple's new M3-powered Macs is anticipated later this year. According to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman's sources, an October event would follow Apple's September introduction of the iPhone 15 series, and the current status of Apple's product lineup suggests it will focus on new Macs with M3 CPUs.
Given that Apple released new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models in January, as well as new 15-inch MacBook Air, Mac Studio, and Mac Pro models in June, Gurman believes the next 24-inch iMac, 13-inch MacBook Air, and 13-inch MacBook Pro models, will be the first to benefit from the new M3 CPU.
According to Gurman, new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with M3 chips are scheduled to appear in early 2024, with M3 Pro and M3 Max chips. Apple is also said to be actively testing an M3 version of the Mac mini, which is not likely to be released until next year.

New iPad Models

Apple is projected to deliver new M3-powered iPad Pro versions with OLED panelsand a revised Magic Keyboard accessory in the spring or early summer of 2024, however, these devices will not be available until the spring or early summer of 2024.
In terms of the iPad mini, which was last updated in September 2021, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in January that the next model will go into mass production in the first quarter of 2024. He also stated that no new iPads would be released in the next 9-12 months.
Two iPad mini Air models
Two iPad mini Air models
According to Gurman, Apple is working on a new iPad Airwith higher specs, but there is no word on when it will be introduced. The iPad Air was last updated by Apple in March 2022.
Apple's best chance of releasing a new tablet this year is through an 11th-generation entry-level iPad. The 10th-generation iPad was released in October 2022, and as Apple has been updating the entry-level iPad on a yearly basis since 2017, we could see a new spec-bumped model in October 2023, though speculations are still scarce.
Five iPad models with different colors
Five iPad models with different colors

Apple iPhone SE 4

Rumors about Apple's plans for the next-generation iPhone SEhave been inconsistent at best, with a lot of back and forth about when, and if, a fourth-generation iPhone SE will be released.
According to the newest reports, the iPhone SE will be identical to the iPhone 14, with an all-display design, Face ID instead of Touch ID, a USB-C connector, a single rear camera, and an "Action" button to replace the mute switch. It's also possible that it'll have OLED display technology.
We don't expect a new iPhone SE this year or even next year, and it's likely to arrive in 2025 at the earliest. It could be among the first gadgetsto include an Apple-designed modem chip.

Vision Pro Headphones

A Vision Pro headphone
A Vision Pro headphone
With the so-called "spatial computing" device revealed at WWDC 2023 in June, Vision Pro marks the company's first entry into a new product category since the 2015 Apple Watch.
According to Apple, the Vision Pro will be available in early 2024, which implies it will be available from January to late April, with an outside chance of appearing in May.
However, by that time, new Macs with M3 processors will almost certainly have been released, and the fact that the $3,500 Vision Pro utilizes an M2 chip that is inferior to those in cheaper 2024 Macs may appear weird to the typical buyer.

Other Products On The Way

Five iPad Gen 2 speakers
Five iPad Gen 2 speakers
In October, Apple's HomePodmini will turn three years old. Gurman was the first to mention Apple's development of a second-generation HomePod mini in August 2022.
Gurman is skeptical about what a new HomePod mini could bring because "the latest ‌HomePod‌ doesn't include any major new functions that aren't already in the $99 mini."
According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, mass shipments of the second-generation HomePod mini will begin in the second half of 2024.
Apple is also said to be working on third-generation AirPods Pro, a revamped Apple TV with improved specs, and other "home equipment" such as smart screens, although none of these devices are likely to be released anytime soon.
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