What's To Come From Apple in 2022?

We'll most likely see a new larger iMac, MacBook Air, Mac Pro and iPhone 14 in 2022. What else will Apple release? Will we see a new MacBook Pro? iPads? Mac mini? AR glasses?


Comments: 6 Responses to “What's To Come From Apple in 2022?”

    Karl
    4 weeks ago

    I would like to see FaceID and cellular offered on the MacBooks. I would like to finally see USB-C on the iPhones – this way you could USB-C out to HDMI on your HDTV to get the full 4K and 8K resolutions, if they were to go 8K.

    Will
    4 weeks ago

    If, as you say, other manufacturers market a 10x telephoto lens on their phones, my prediction is that Apple will compete and try for an even higher magnification. This sort of addition to the camera actually changes a whole lot of photographic options and will make many new pictures possible of familiar scenes.

    nick
    3 weeks ago

    On my wish list: a vastly improved iMessages app on the Mac that allows selecting and deleting multiple conversations. Right now as far as I can tell it’s only one conversation at the time. Frustrating at times how Apple makes quantum leaps in some areas, while others seem to get stuck in a time warp :) Thanks for another great video Gary.

    Nancy K Holcomb
    3 weeks ago

    I know this is sort of piddly, but oh how I wish they would get rid of the music on Memories. I mean, how hard can it be to let Mac users chose their own music? It’s such an un-Maclike thing to set it up the way it is with no real control for the user. And boy howdy would I agree with nick about iMessage.

    Randall Lee Reetz
    2 weeks ago

    I am so much less interested in the hardware than I am in the OS and Apple native application suite. Why is it we are still using an operating system and use metaphor that is nearly 40 years old (Xerox Star System)? There was an ad for a modem router that ran in Mondo 2000 magazine back near the turn of the century, with the headline “Browse Bad Websites 10 Times Faster!” Its what I generally think of Moores Law speed and power addiction that has defined the last 4 decades of computer marketing.

    Randall Lee Reetz
    2 weeks ago

    All this exponential yearly increase in computational speed, memory, and storage, yet we are still using the same old use metaphor, the same linear dead documents, all of them blind to each other! Seems the ludicrous computing power is being eaten up by what? Screen resolution? Security monitoring? Polygon rendering and frame rate? I’d rather look at a great photo or painting or film at 480×640 than pizza night sci-fi at a billion pixel res. What happened to actual progress?

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