Apple close to unveiling new MacBook Pro, ‘Pro’ iPhones, iPad Pro, iPad, HomePod, AirPods, Apple Watch

Apple has already had a busy year with the launch of the Apple Card, the reveal of the all new Mac Pro and an ultra-high-end display for creative pros, the Apple TV+ streaming service, the Apple Arcade games subscription service, and new versions of its iOS and iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS operating systems, but things are about to get much, much busier according to a new report by Bloomberg‘s reliable Mark Gurman and Debby Wu.

Samuel Axon for Ars Technica:

Citing people familiar with the situation, the report mentions three iPhones, a MacBook Pro, an Apple Watch, iPad Pros, an entry-level iPad, a higher-end iteration of AirPods, and a more affordable alternative to HomePod.

The report doesn’t specify whether Apple will announce all of the new products at the rumored September 10 event. That seems unlikely; last year Apple held two events, one in September and one in October. The September one focused entirely on the iPhone and Apple Watch, while the October one covered new Macs and iPads.

MacDailyNews Take: Yes, we also expect this flood of new products to be released in separate waves: iPhones and Apple Watch at an event on September 10th and anther jam-packed event in October focusing on the new 16-inch MacBook Pro and iPad/iPad Pro. A very busy autumn is on tap for Apple!


  1. Apple really seems to be picking the pace after a few years where they really came across in an almost desultory way about a number of product lines like the Mac.

    But right now they seem to be firing on nearly all cylinders – including long overdue Mac and Mac OS love, actualizing the iPad’s potential with iPadOS and focusing on better interoperability between all of their disparate lines. SideCar is a brilliant stroke e.g., IMO.

    I was considering leaving at one point with their stubborn approach to their notebooks, but I’m feeling more like diving in deeper than I have in years…..

  2. Gotta get that Series 5 WATCH. Started with the original snale Series 0 on launch day. Then got Series 3 for the Apple-Stanford Heart Study. But couldn’t see buying Series 4 for all that more money only a year later. Got the Xs Max instead. Now I know why 3 was the last of the slowpokes – Bluetooth 4.2 vs. 5.0. For example, the Voice-In-A-Can Alexa app for iPhone & WATCH works on Series 3. But only if you want to wait 10-30 seconds for the light to go on or off after you tell it to. Really looking forward to the new faster, longer lasting, bigger screen, fully functional WatchOS 6 Series 5.

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