Now that we now firmly have both feet planted in 2022, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has shared more on his expectations of what we can expect out of Apple in 2022.

This, part of his weekly Power On newsletter, is an expansion on a similar report from late last year.

According to Gurman, the iPhone 14 models will feature a new design in terms of their displays, although it’s likely that will only be the case for the Pro models. That change will reportedly see Apple switch to a new hole-punch design, moving away from the notch that we are more familiar with. That would likely see Face ID and other camera parts moved beneath the display.

Apple is also thought to be ready to launch a new MacBook Air that will also see the debut of a new M2 chip that will be “marginally faster” than the M1 chip currently used. However, a new smaller Apple silicon Mac Pro will be the big deal in 2022 with a 40-core CPU and 128-core GPU packing a huge amount of power.

In terms of the oft-rumored mixed reality headset, Gurman again thinks that we should see some form of announcement be made during WWDC 2022, likely to take place in June. However, this is a product that has reportedly seen delays before so expectations of a similar one must always be there.

New iPad Pro and iPhone SE hardware is also expected in 2022, while a rugged version of the Apple Watch has again been rumored.

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