iPhone 16 Pro Models to Sport Larger Screens, New Health-Focused Apple Watch X, and More in 2024: Report

Apple's future product lineup, as predicted by Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, includes iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max models with larger displays and a new titanium chassis. Gurman also anticipates the introduction of an OLED-equipped iPad Pro, M3-powered Mac models, and an Apple Watch 'Series X' with enhanced health features.
iPhone 15 Pro

iPhone 15 Pro was unveiled earlier this week at Apple's Wonderlust event.

In a recent newsletter, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman shares insights into Apple's future product lineup. Gurman predicts that the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max will feature slightly larger displays and a new titanium chassis. Additionally, Apple is expected to introduce an OLED-equipped iPad Pro, M3-powered Mac models, and an Apple Watch 'Series X' with a fresh design and enhanced health features.
According to Gurman, the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max, expected to launch around a year from now, will build upon the success of the iPhone 15 Pro series. These Pro models will come with bigger screens and a new titanium chassis. Apple has reportedly experienced strong demand for its iPhone 15 Pro Max, leading to shipment delays in some regions.
But the iPhone lineup isn't the only one receiving display upgrades. Gurman suggests that Apple will also enhance its 11-inch and 13-inch iPad Pro models with OLED displays and introduce new accessories, including an improved Magic Keyboard.
While Apple has introduced its 3nm chip, the A17 Pro, in the iPhone 15 Pro series, Gurman anticipates that the transition to 3nm chips for Mac computers will take longer, likely extending beyond 2023. The upcoming M3 chip, expected to succeed the 5nm M2 chip, will feature in new MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac models.
Apple's wearable spatial computer, the Apple Vision Pro, is set to launch in early 2024 at a price point of $3,499. Although it may not see the same sales volume as more affordable Apple products, Gurman believes it will serve as a compelling in-store presence, attracting customers to other Apple devices.
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