Apple is about to make history in 2024 as it will be the first time since 2015 that the corporation enters a new product category. New iPads, an amazing new Apple Watch, the Vision Pro headset, and much more are what there is our fingers crossed for.
The top five interesting Apple product improvements scheduled for release in 2024 are listed below.
The improved AirPods that will be released in 2024 will look like a hybrid of the existing AirPods and the AirPods Pro due to their shorter stems. In addition to the planned improvements in fit and sound quality, there will be two major model changes.
The AirPods 4 will come in two pricing ranges, with the more costly model sporting Active Noise Cancellation—a feature previously exclusive to the AirPods Pro. A new cover for the AirPods 4 will also be available, with a USB-C charging port in place of a Lightning port and a speaker for Find My notifications.
The AirPods 4 should be significantly more enticing due to its redesigned design and ANC at a lower price than the AirPods Pro. Apple’s AirPods 3 were functionally similar to the AirPods 2 and had few additional features to entice users.
OLED iPad Pro
In 2024, Apple will be bringing OLED technology to the iPad Pro, marking the company’s first-ever release of a device with an OLED display this size. OLED provides deeper blacks, better contrast, enhanced HDR, and more power economy when compared to mini-LED or LED.
The 13-inch and 11.1-inch iPad Pro models will be redesigned and released in new sizes. Apple might be able to reduce the thickness of the upcoming iPad Pro models thanks to OLED panels, while you might also expect a quicker M3 chip—an improvement over the M2 found in the current model.
It’s been years since the iPad Pro’s design was modified, so a fresh appearance and improved display technology are welcome adjustments.
Apple Watch X
If you calculate from the 2014 announcement date of the Apple Watch instead of the 2015 launch date, the Apple Watch Series 10 or “X” is expected to release next year, coinciding with the device’s tenth anniversary.
There will be a new magnetic band attachment technology and a possible slimmer casing as part of the 2024 Apple Watch redesign. Although it might mean that current bands are incompatible with the future model, a magnetic band attachment method would allow Apple to free up important internal space inside the Apple Watch for a larger battery or other components.
The Apple Watch X is reported to have a new design in addition to blood pressure monitoring and sleep apnea detection. A noteworthy feature is the ability to monitor blood pressure on the wrist. The Apple Watch may inform the user if their blood pressure is rising and approaching hypertension. Although precise systolic and diastolic measurements won’t be accessible, blood pressure monitoring will still yield valuable information.
When it comes to sleep apnea, the Apple Watch X will track a user’s breathing patterns and employ sleep tracking to see if they are suffering breathing delays while they sleep. A physician can receive the information for additional testing.
Many features that were exclusive to the iPhone 15 Pro model will be available to the regular iPhone 16 models, such as the Action Button and a speedier 3-nanometer A-series chip. This year’s Action Button may be capacitive instead of mechanical, allowing Apple to reduce its size.
A new vertical camera lens layout will probably make it possible to record spatial video, which is currently only possible with the iPhone 15 Pro versions. All four iPhone 16 versions will now have a new capacitive Capture Button added by Apple. It is situated on the right side of the handset, beneath the Power button. According to rumours, the button will be able to detect pressure, provide haptic feedback, and record videos.
The iPhone 16 Pro models will have larger displays than the iPhone 16 ordinary models, which will have the same design as the iPhone 15 models. The dimensions of the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max have been revised to 6.3 inches and 6.9 inches, respectively, from 6.1 and 6.1 inches.
There are also rumours about a 48-megapixel Ultra Wide lens, Wi-Fi 7, and a speedier 5G CPU from Qualcomm that are specific to the iPhone 16 Pro.
Customers will finally be able to test out Apple’s Vision Pro headset in early 2024, after it was first announced half a year ago.
Apple refers to the Vision Pro as the first spatial computer and believes it to be the computer of the future. Due to the mixed reality headset’s design, you can switch between AR and VR by pressing the Digital Crown on the side of the apparatus. Because Apple is utilising very high-resolution micro-LED displays with hand and eye tracking for controls, it won’t look or feel exactly like any other headset available.
The Vision Pro is expected to have immersive games, apps, and experiences. Users will also be able to record and replay spatial video on the device.
Since not everyone will find the Vision Pro to be ideal, it isn’t at the top of our list. Because of their complexity, Apple is only producing a small quantity of the headsets, and at $3,500, it is prohibitively pricey. To further restrict its availability, the Vision Pro will only be sold in the United States at launch.
Despite these limitations, the Vision Pro is expected to have a major effect on Apple’s future for some time to come. Those who have had the opportunity to test-drive the device have noted that the original version can be difficult and heavy to wear.
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