Rumors about Apple’s Next Products 2014: iWatch, Larger iPhone 6, 12.9-inch iPad Pro

The year 2013 is end with lots of surprises and joys. If you looking back at Apple’s products of 2013, you may be excited by the new radically redesigned Mac Pro, iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. What about the New Year 2014? What new products will Apple bring to us? Current rumors are of intense.

According to Tim Cook, Apple CEO, the company is going to create “great products”. In a recent email, Cook told Apple employees that there is a lot in store for Apple in 2014 – “including some big plans that we think customers are going to love.”

The 2014 products of Apple in the hot rumors are including iWatch, iPhone 6, and iPad Pro.

iPhone 6

The iPhone 6 is a big hot topic on Apple’s 2014 products. It is rumored to come equipped with a larger screen size, somewhere between 4.7 and 6 inches. It is also said that the larger iPhone 6 will incorporate a faster 20-nanometer A8 chip from TSMC, and will be released on September or October.

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iPad Pro

It is said that a larger iPad will be added to Apples tablet lineup. It has been called the “iPad Pro” or “iPad Maxi” by the media. Comprising the 9.7-inch iPad Air and the 7.9-inch iPad mini, it is rumored to include a larger 12.9-inch display.


The iWatch has been a major rumor focus in 2013. It is said to be released in 2014. The smart watch will primarily function as an accessory to the iPhone and the iPad, providing at-a-glance access to common iOS functions.

Apple has been long rumored to be making some upgrades to its Apple TV, but it is unclear what Apple will do in the television arena in 2014. Some rumors have speculated that the company has shelved its TV plans for the time being in order to focus on wearables like the iWatch.

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