Apple is set to keep it The first event of 2022 Tuesday, March 8th at 10:00 AM PT. Apple’s spring events aren’t often as exciting as those of September and October, but it’s nice to have new hardware on the horizon in the new year.
The 2022 iPhone SE will look just like the 2020 iPhone SE, without any design changes expected. Apple’s current iPhone SE is modeled after a file Iphone 8, featuring a thicker upper and lower mounting position, A Connection ID Home button and 4.7 inch LCD screen.
iPhone SE is and will remain the only iPhone that Apple offers with Touch ID instead of Face IDAnd it will be the only iPhone released in 2022 with an older LCD screen as Apple has moved to OLED for the company’s flagship lineup.
Wireless charging will be supported, but we don’t expect that MagSafeThere are not likely to be noticeable changes in battery life. The current iPhone SE is available in black, white, and red, and we’ll likely see similar color options.
With no design changes in sight, the updates to the iPhone SE are all internal. We expect a faster chip, and the iPhone SE could get the same A15 chip found in iPhone 13 In order to significantly increase performance. Storage is rumored to start at 64GB, with Apple offering 64, 128, and 256GB options.
Another major feature coming to iPhone SE is 5G connectivity, which will put the iPhone SE on par with the leading iPhones when it comes to connection speed. The iPhone SE from Apple will be the cheapest iPhone 5GIts price is expected to be $399.
The only other rumor we’ve heard about the iPhone SE is a possible updated camera, so it could get the latest wide-angle camera from the iPhone 13.
A new version of iPad Air is in the works, but like iPhone SE, there are no expected design changes. The next-generation iPad Air will continue to look like the current iPad Air, although there is a chance we’ll see new color options. Currently, the iPad Air is available in space gray, silver, rose gold, green, and blue.
Rumors have it that much of the iPad Air update will focus on bringing the device into line with the 6th generation iPad mini It was released last fall, so expect an updated A15 chip, which Apple added to the iPad mini after its introduction in iPhone 13 models.
Apple has slowed the A15 chip in the iPad mini, so it’s running at 2.9GHz instead of 3.2GHz as on the iPhone, but it’s not clear if the same clock speed will be used with the iPad Air. Either way, the A15 will be an improvement over the A14 chip in the current model.
For cellular iPad Air models, Apple will add 5G connectivity, so updated devices with 5G networks will work faster. The chip in iPad mini is limited to sub-6GHz 5G networks rather than the fastest mmWave 5G networks, so it’s possible we’ll see that same limitation in iPad Air.
Sub-6GHz 5G is the widely available version of 5G that can be found in urban, suburban, and rural areas throughout the US and other countries, while mmWave 5G is more limited in terms of availability and range.
At AT&T and Verizon recently expanded Their 5G networks with C-band spectrum improve the availability of mmWave networks in the US, so it’s possible Apple will take that into account when updating iPad Air.
The iPad Air will have mostly internal changes, but could get the same 12MP ultra-wide front camera that will work with the Center Stage, a feature first introduced in the ”.iPad Pro and iPad mini 6.
The center of the stage is a confrontation time A feature designed to keep you perfectly focused and framed when you’re on a FaceTime video call. The wide-angle front camera shows more of the space you are in, while the processor inside IPAD It keeps you front and center even when you’re on the go. If there is more than one person on the call, the camera will also zoom out to keep everyone in view.
The rear camera is expected to continue in a single-lens setup, although a quad-LED True Tone flash can be added. As for the other features, you’ll still be using the USB-C port, and we don’t expect noticeable changes to battery life.
Prices on the iPad Air will likely remain the same, so the new model could start at $599 for 64GB of storage.
Apple in 2020 updated the lower level Mac mini with the m 1 Now it’s the next-level Mac mini to upgrade. Rumors indicate that the new device will be equipped with Apple hardware M1 Pro And the M1 Max chips, with Apple removing Intel chips from the Mac mini lineup.
The M1 Pro and M1 Max chips feature a 10-core CPU with eight high-powered cores and two high-efficiency cores, although there is an octa-core version used in the 14-inch MacBook Pro.
In terms of GPU performance, the M1 Pro chip features a 16-core GPU (14 cores on the base model of the 14-inch MacBook Pro), while the M1 Max features a 32-core GPU. There is also a lower-24 core option available as an on-demand build option. These same chips may come to Mac mini.
The M1 Pro chip supports up to 32GB of RAM and the M1 Max supports up to 64GB, so the new Mac mini will continue to support up to 64GB of RAM. The M1 version of the Mac mini is limited to 16GB of RAM.
Rumors suggest that the Mac mini will get a new look, perhaps in a smaller case size that has a plexiglass-like surface and a two-tone color scheme. If Apple introduces a new color scheme, the Mac mini will likely come in colors other than space gray or silver, similar to the 24-inch iMacThe updated colors are only speculation at this point.
Apple’s new Mac mini is said to have four Thunderbolt ports, two USB-A ports, an Ethernet port, and an HDMI port, along with the same magnetic charging cable used in the 24-inch iMac.
Some rumors have indicated that Apple will introduce an updated version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro at its spring event, but it’s not clear if that’s accurate because the device will likely use an updated version. m 2 but other Macs that will also adopt the M2 chip, like Update MacBook AirIt doesn’t launch until later in the year.
It’s doubtful that Apple would introduce a M2 chip in the 13-inch MacBook Pro at this point in time, but it’s not far from the realm of possibilities.
If there’s an updated 13-inch MacBook Pro, it won’t get a major design update. It will look the same as the previous generation version, although there is mixed information on the Touch Bar. Bloomberg‘s Mark Gorman It said Apple will remove the Touch Bar from the 13-inch MacBook Pro, while Other leaked information I suggest she stays.
As an entry-level machine, the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro won’t have a tiny LED display, nor is it expected to support ProMotion 120Hz refresh rates.
Apple’s M2 chip is expected to have the same eight-core CPU as the M1, but there will be improvements in speed and efficiency as it can be built on a smaller node.
For GPU optimizations, it will have additional GPU cores. 9- and 10-core GPU options are expected to be available, starting with the 7- and 8-core GPU options available on the original M1. The M2 won’t be as powerful as the M1 Pro and M1 Max, which will be succeeded by the M2 Pro and M2 Max.
New iPhone Case Colors
New colors for the iPhone case were leaked on Twitter at the end of February, and it is likely that these cases will be released after the March event. New colors include light blue, dark green, blue, orange and yellow.
We’ll also likely see these same colors available for iPad cases and possibly Apple Watch straps. Apple won’t be focusing on these new cases on stage, but we’ll see them added to the online store after the event.
Apple has beta-tested iOS 15.4, iPadOS 15.4, and Mac OS Monterey Version 12.3 has been around since late January, and now the updates are almost ready for release. The program may not be released on March 8, but it is possible that Apple will provide us with information on the launch date and the nominees for release could also come after the event.
iOS 15.4 is a huge update that brings support for using Face ID while wearing a mask if you have a file iPhone 12 or newer, plus it introduces new emojis, lays the foundation for Tap to Pay, and adds siri sound, improves anti-stalking function AirTags.
macOS Monterey 12.3 and iPadOS 15.4 add the long-awaited universal control A feature designed to allow control of multiple Macs and iPads with a single mouse/trackpad and keyboard. we You have a complete guide With all the new features available in iOS 15.4 for those who are curious to know what’s included.
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