Rumored Apple Products of 2021

Mikaeel Zohair, Staff Writer

The modern era of technology has revolutionized the way people perform everyday tasks. We’ve seen new technological innovations that allow people to electrically stimulate their own muscles, sleep while their cars drive themselves, and experience alternate realities from their own hands.

Apple has become one of the most successful technology companies through its powerful and reliable technological innovations. There are rumors that Apple is set to host an event in early March 2021, where new iPads and Macs may be released. A refreshed iMac may feature thinner bezels with an Apple Silicon chip, while a larger iPad Mini is set to measure at 9 inches with a reduction in bezel size.

Apple’s famed Worldwide Developers Conference is held annually, typically in June. Although the company hasn’t released any actual details about the dates, websites rumor that the conference will run in early June 2021 and introduce new software for each device lineup.

Apple’s famous fall event is expected to be held sometime in early September 2021 and release a large lineup of devices. Four new iPhone models are expected to be released this September, where we could see portless models with smaller notches and 120Hz ProMotion displays. Apple is also rumored to be developing an iPhone SE “Plus” with a full-screen design, no Face ID and a 5.5 to 6.1-inch screen. The Apple Watch Series 6 is also expected to get an update, and although there aren’t any definite rumors, we could see better health sensors.

Another Apple event is expected to be held towards the end of October 2021 with an updated MacBook Pro featuring a revolutionary flat-edged design and no Touch Bar. A lighter version of the MacBook Air is also expected, with thinner bezels and MagSafe charging. Fans are expecting major updates on the iPad Pro and AirPods Pro, but there are no release dates yet.

It has also been long rumored that Apple may be releasing a wave of brand-new technology in the next few years. Apple may expand the new Find My features of iOS 13 into a Bluetooth tag similar to Tile that could alert users with the locations of lost devices. Apple is also rumored to be working on augmented-reality smart glasses, as well as a fully autonomous vehicle, in the next three years. While we can’t fully confirm these rumors, Apple’s lineup for the year 2021 gives fans hope for some major changes.