What else can launch besides iOS 15 and other software versions

Apple last week revealed the dates it will hold the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this year. And for someone who has been following this conference for years, it won’t be rocket science to guess that it will be announced. At WWDC, we mainly see Apple introducing new OS versions for different platforms. This year, we should get our first look at iOS 15, tvOS 14, watchOS 8, iPadOS 15, and macOS 12. But new operating systems aren’t the only announcements at WWDC. This time, new announcements related to hardware and chipsets are also expected. So here is a short list of those.


AirTags are probably the longest rumored Apple products that have yet to see the light of day. These Bluetooth beacons were supposed to arrive last month, but it never happened. A lot has been leaked about Apple’s AirTags, including how it works based on the UWB (Ultra Wide Band) and U1 chipsets and the circular design with the size of a bottle cap. We may see this happen at WWDC 2021.

IMac reimagined

The redesigned iMacs have also been the subject of leaks and rumors recently. Considering the fact that two new iMac models were found in the latest beta of macOS and tipsters have also mentioned that new iMacs are coming soon, WWDC might just be a conference where Apple plans to present it to the world. . The company recently ditched a few basic iMac models.

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New iPad Pro tablets

The new iPad Pro models could see the light of day this time at WWDC. These are rumored to not only be powered by the A14X chipset, which is said to be as good as the Apple M1 processor, but also feature mini LED display technology that provides better contrast and sharpness while consuming less energy.

New AirPods Pro

The second-generation AirPods Pro may also appear at WWDC 2021. Although several tipsters have mentioned that the AirPods 3 could arrive during the event on March 23, analyst Ming Chi-Kuo said these could arrive. in the 3rd quarter of the year.

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Apple M1X Chipset

Apple can discuss its supposed M1X processor, which is said to be even more powerful than the M1 chipset that Apple launched last year. There have already been rumors that Apple has tested several chipsets with 32, 16, 12 and 8 high performance cores, internally. While the company doesn’t talk about it in detail at WWDC, it may shed some light on what’s to come.