These are the top five Apple products to look forward to soon.
When Apple does stuff people pay attention and no Apple did not pay me or anybody at this company to say any of this.
The iPhone set the stage for the modern smartphone MacBook Air influences laptop design to this very day.
The home pod is also an Apple product.
Let's take a look at Apple products that are coming out soon.
How are they ranked in terms of excitement?
least exciting to most also, Apple may have released some of these products.
From the time we recorded this to now, so there's that.
Let's get to it.
At number five is the next Homepod.
The original Homepod was released in February 2018 with the price of $349.
That's now down to 299.
I know Apple originally tried to avoid comparing to home park To Amazon and Google smart speakers.
But come on.
The competition has lots of different options when it comes to smart speakers.
One an Amazon device.
What about a Google one?
You can get some seriously smart devices with speakers for cheap.
What can we expect in the new home pod?
A couple of devices I bet if Apple wants people to use their smart speaker they need a cheaper one.
Maybe call it the home pod Mini, maybe at a full screen on a home pod.
You could call it the home pod max or home pad.
If you're screaming at the screen right now saying what is the next home pod is Apple's most exciting product.
please seek help.
Number four are the next airpods.
These could be next generation airpods or maybe even have a pro designation.
An image of the new air pods appeared in iOS 13 to beta.
They look to fit into the ear with a rubber tip instead of the hard design of the current airports.
There are rumors of noise cancelling features as well.
Some of these features are kind of like the beats power beats pro.
That makes plenty of sense considering apple does own beats why not really worth the beats power beats pro into the familiar fare punching this seems like a no brainer.
And number 3 is apple's tile competitor let's talk about time the little tracking device.
And attaches to physical objects.
You can use an app to make the tile ring so you can find that object.
If you're away from home and you lose something you can find out when you last have the thing with the tile attached.
There's also a tile community That means phones running the tile app can find your device for you.
I've got a couple of devices at home with tiles and they work great.
Okay, so why should we believe Apple is working on something like this.
Reports that come in from both nine to five Mac And MacRumors.
MacRumors found evidence of such a device in an internal build ViOS.
The apple iPhone 11, has a new chip inside of it called the U1.
It's for special awareness according to the company.
It helps iPhones find other iPhones more precisely when they're close to each other.
Then there's the find my app.
It replace Apple's find my phone and find my friends app.
If Apple is working on a fundable tag of some kind, defined by app seems like a natural home for it.
And number two is the 16 inch MacBook Pro.
Let's look back at Apple's history at one point.
You sell a 17 inch MacBook Pro before that there was a 17 inch power book g4.
These days MacBook Pros come in 13 and 15 inch varieties, reports that's world that Apple is bringing a bigger display to its laptop line.
This time, it would be a 16 inch MacBook Pro.
What evidence is there for this Map generation found code and icons for such a device and a beta version of Mac OS Catalina look at the same age it's clearly a bigger screen.
Okay, it's not that obvious.
Let's put the icon for a 15 inch MacBook Pro up with a 16 inch version.
The top bezel is definitely smaller on the larger model.
This also makes a lot of sense There are lots and lots of PC laptops with teeny tiny vessels.
Look at the Acer swift seven.
Then there's also the Dell XPS 13 which has a bit of a chin, but not much else.
Apple should be pushing the boundaries of a laptop display like it did with the iPhone.
Why is this exciting?
Apple paying attention to its computers is always exciting for this old nerd.
Phones and tablets are okay.
But a big screen laptop is a great way to get work done on the go.
And the number 1, most exciting upcoming Apple product is Apple's headset, c|net had the exclusive on this, an Apple headset that works with both augmented reality And virtual reality should arrive in 2020.
For clarification, augmented reality is when virtual objects are overlaid on real objects.
Virtual reality is completely computer generated.
But you say IS, Microsoft already has something like this.
It's called the HoloLens.
And you're totally right faithful viewer, and it's pretty amazing for what it is.
Now Apple tends to wait to make sure its product is ready for the masses at launch.
The company has been wrapping up augmented reality games for some time now.
The iPhone iPhone and iPad can be used to play these.
Here is Scott Stein playing an AR game that our pal Eli Blumenthal, they got turned around with iPads as their window into the augmented reality world.
The iPads also were used to move a ball.
Scott and Eli could block the virtual objects with their bodies.
Now that is not an easy technological feat by the way.
On top of that, Apple launched Apple arcade, which works on iPhones, iPods, Apple TV and Macs.
If then when Apple launches its own headset.
It should be in a really good position.
The company could bundle in a year of Apple arcade and its Apple TV plus service, making it really easy.
To Jump into Apple's new reality.
Do you think an apple headset will succeed where others happened?
Let me know.