While Apple has been busy ensuring the smooth development of its much-awaited Vision Pro mixed reality headset, the company is also focusing on its other product lines, which are expected to launch this fall.
According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, the tech giant will be dropping an “updated” version of the Apple Watch Ultra following its initial release last September.
Last January, tech analyst Jeff Pu also predicted that the second-generation Ultra would replace the first-generation's 1.92-inch AMOLED display with a 2.1-inch micro-LED display. He also said that the Ultra successor was expected to be unveiled during the third quarter of 2023.
Codenamed N210, the second Ultra may make its debut alongside two new Apple Watch Series 9 models, codenamed N207 and N208, as well as the new iPhone 15 lineup.
Other devices that might be revealed at a later time include “revamped” iPad Pros with OLED screens, M3 chips, the new MacBook Pro and Air models announced during WWDC 2023, and an updated iPad Air to succeed the current M1-based model.
Meanwhile, the third generation of Air Pods Pro and a new set of smart displays are currently in early development but, as of yet, have no release date.
Gurman added that the next generation of Apple Headsets might take until 2025 to drop, but explained that there will be “a lot of Apple products to talk about until then.”