In addition to outlining his expectations for the iPhone 15 lineup today, tech analyst Jeff Pu said Apple will release two notable products in 2024, including the first Apple Watch with a Micro-LED display and low-cost AirPods.
In a research note for Hong Kong investment firm Haitong International Securities, Pu said that a new high-end Apple Watch would likely adopt a Micro-LED display measuring 2.1 inches diagonally, which should offer increased brightness compared to existing Apple Watch models. will allow. OLED displays. This model will likely be a revamped version of the Apple Watch Ultra that was launched last September and features a 1.92-inch display.
Pu referred to the lower-priced AirPods as “AirPods Lite,” but it’s unlikely that Apple will actually use this branding. He added that these AirPods will be priced lower to compete with wireless headphones from other companies, but didn’t share any further details. Currently, the $129 second-generation AirPods are Apple’s cheapest option.
Pu has a mixed track record with regards to predicting Apple’s future plans, and these AirPods and Apple Watch details weren’t previously rumored, so this information isn’t definitive just yet. Apple’s plans for its 2024 products may also change over time.
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