Jan 02, 2017 07:16 AM EST
Apple 2017 Products: Why Tech Rivals Should Prepare for Powerhouse Apple Devices in 2017 [VIDEO]
Apple has survived another rollercoaster year and is now prepping up for another blasting 2017. Will the Cupertino giant finally revealed the most anticipated iPhone 8 and new MacBook Pro with magic keyboard? Get to know the upcoming products of Apple in 2017 - here's everything you need to know!
Apple 2017 Products
For a company that is constantly baffled with accusations such as lack of innovation and copycat, tech rivals of Apple must be wary on what's to come to the tech giant for 2017. Some says, the best is yet to come for Apple in 2017 because the company is reportedly launching the following products:
1) Apple Watch Series 3 - although minor update is expected for Apple's wearable, Apple Watch Series 3 is expected to rollout in 2017 sporting the same features such as 48 hours battery life, GPS, water resistant. However, according to MacWorld, Apple need to cut the cord that connects the Smartwatch to the iPhone so as to instill a standalone scheme.
2) iPhone 8 - the most anticipated successor of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is reportedly making a debut in 2017 most specifically during iPhone 10th anniversary celebration in August. New features such as wireless charging, embedded home button, all-glass design and runs iOS 11 are expected to land in the most innovative smartphone of the year.
3) iPad - the long standing rumors on the various models of iPad are likely to be addressed soon because a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, low-cost 9.7-inch iPad and 12.9-inch iPad Pro are reportedly hitting the shelves in March 201, according to 9 to 5 Mac. However, a reported delay in the production of A10X chip could hamper the timeframe of Apple.
4) MacBook Pro - due to users' unsatisfactory comments on the 2016 version of MacBook Pro, Apple is said to offer another Pro version in 2017 with minor tweaks such as whooping up the RAM allocation or using the latest Intel processor for that matter.
5) iMac - Apple's collaboration with LG for the new 5K screen resolution monitor could possibly resulted to the manufacturing of new iMac that will reportedly run macOS 10.13. Having said that, the new iMac is reportedly getting an upgrade on its graphics chips and ports.