Gurman: Apple is preparing to launch its “widest range” of new products ever this fall

As we’ve summarized multiple times so far, Apple has launched a slew of new products this year, ranging from the continuation of the Apple Silicon transition to the iPhone 14 and beyond. According to a new report by Bloomberg, Apple is setting the stage this fall to unveil the “largest selection of new hardware products in its history”…

In the latest edition of his A Newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman explains that he was told that Apple is shelving a number of its announcements for the fall. These announcements range from a completely redesigned MacBook Air to a new iPad Pro and more:

To that end, I’ve been told that Apple is releasing the widest range of new hardware products in its history this fall. That makes sense: My back-of-the-cover list includes four new iPhones, one low-end MacBook Pro, one updated iMac, the new Mac Pro, one revamped MacBook Air, one AirPods Pro upgrade, three Apple Watches, one low -End -End iPad and iPad Pros.

Gurman also doubles down on his earlier coverage that Apple will hold its first event of the year sometime in March or April, with the iPhone SE being one of the products announced here. According to today’s report, we shouldn’t expect Apple to unveil its redesigned iPad Pro during the spring event. “Given the more significant changes in the pipeline for this year, I would expect the new iPad to arrive later than spring,” says Gurman.

With that in mind, Gurman expects Apple’s spring event to focus on the iPhone SE 3, a new iPad Air, and possibly some sort of new high-end Mac. “I can imagine Apple looking to bring the M1 Pro chip to another Mac in the first half of this year. That could mean a higher-end Mac mini or iMac,” he writes.

For more details on the latest rumors surrounding all of these products, check out our full roundup here. What are you most looking forward to seeing from Apple this year? Let us know in the comments!

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