After numerous speculations and rumors, it seems that some of the most anticipated Apple products will have to wait a little longer before they see the light of day. According to reliable sources and analysts who closely follow this technology […]
After numerous speculations and rumors, it seems that some of the most anticipated Apple products will have to wait a little longer before they see the light of day. According to reliable sources and analysts who closely follow this technology company day by day, it appears that several products will be delayed for future years.
iPhone SE4 – Reserved for the Future
Although rumors about the new iPhone SE4 have been circulating for some time now, it seems that we will have to be a little patient for its launch. The current third-generation iPhone SE is still selling well, so Apple has no reason for a quick update.
AirTag 2 – Delayed until mid-2025
The second generation of AirTag trackers was supposed to begin mass production in 2024, but according to the latest reports from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the launch of this product is postponed until mid-2025. The new generation of AirTags is part of a larger ecosystem being built, and the Vision Pro will serve as the core for integrating other devices.
MicroLED Apple Watch Ultra – Expect it in 2026
Although it was expected that we would welcome the most powerful Apple watch with a MicroLED display in 2025, it seems that moment will elude us. According to the latest rumors, we can expect the Apple Watch Ultra with a MicroLED display only in 2026.
iMac Pro – Delayed for the next year
Although iMac Pro models were discontinued in 2021, Apple has plans to launch a significantly larger and more powerful model. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the new iMac Pro will not be available this year, and its launch is expected in the following year.
Foldable iPhone and iPad Devices – More Waiting Time
Although Apple has been working on foldable screen technology for some time now, it seems that foldable iPhones or iPads will remain out of reach for a while longer. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, this technology is not yet ready for wider application considering the challenges faced by other manufacturers in this segment.