Apple is expected to unveil an iPad Pro sporting Face ID, a new Apple Watch and updated Mac desktop PCs and software in 2018.
But it's the release (finally) of new products first announced last year that are arguably the most eagerly awaited.
Arrival of Homepod
One of the first things that'll happen for the company in 2018 is the eagerly waited arrival of HomePod, the company's first ever smart speaker.
Initially unveiled last summer, the Homepod is Apple's attempt at creating an artificial intelligence-powered home system. When it launches at the beginning of the year, it'll compete with the likes of Amazon Echo and Google Home.
Tech-wise, the speaker certainly doesn't disappoint. It comes with a 7-tweeter as well as a 4-inch woofter for high-quality sound. The speaker is powered by an A8 chip, which enables spatial awareness.
Siri is at the heart of HomePod, which users can ask questions and issue commands from across the room. The speaker will cost around £300 when it arrives in the UK - a big premium on well-established rival products from Google and Amazon.
The company unveiled Face ID with the launch of the iPhone X back in September 2017. A huge success, the feature could make its way to the iPad this year.
If the rumours are to be believed, then the company could announce a completely redesigned iPad Pro in the later months of 2018.
The device will carry the same design as the iPhone X, according to Bloomberg. So there'll be slimmer bezels, no home button and Face ID. It'll also feature a beefed up processor.
Last year, Apple announced a budget 9.7-inch iPad sporting an A9 processor. Apple will allegedly follow it up with another budget-conscious iPad, which could cost as low as $259.
Three New iPhones
Another year means that Apple will also announce new iPhones in the coming months. According to rumours, the California-based firm is readying three new models.
In September, the company unveiled the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, and it could carry on with the tradition of launching multiple handsets.
First up, the firm is said to be working on a new version of the 5.8-inch iPhone X. However, it could also show off a larger, 6.5-inch version of the handset called the X Plus. Both will have OLED displays.
Apple will likely introduce an slightly more "affordable" iPhone, too. It'll come with a 6.1-inch LCD display and cost around $649 in the United States.
The Apple Watch has proven a huge success globally, and the tech firm has already unveiled three versions of the device.
But, to the disappointment of many, it's yet to announce a redesigned version. That could, however, change in 2018.
Rumours suggest that Apple is planning to show off a refreshed fourth generation model later this year. It could come with a micro-LED display, enabling for a thin design.
Apple will also probably unveil new 21.5 and 27-inch iMacs, which will come with Intel's 8th-generation Coffee Lake chips. There's also talk of updated Macbooks.
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