We have already entered into 2016 and it is time to check out what the world technology giant Apple has in its bag for you in the New Year. Customarily, Apple announces and releases its new gears in the end of the year so that users can use the same products in the coming year. This year it is likely that Apple will surprise us with its new Apple Watch, iPhone 6c, new software, hardware and services. iMac® Technical Support | Apple® iMac Helpline
Apple Watch 2
It is the first Apple product launch of 2016 that is supposed to be unveiled in March and will be available for sale next month. It is likely that the Apple Watch 2 will come out with lots of improvements, such as a thinner design, improved battery life, effective health sensors, new bands, and a new round shape.
There are strong rumors that March 2016 is the right time for the unveiling of a new 4-inch iPhone. Apple is known for selling about 25 million iPhone 5c units every year. It is also possible that the iPhone 6c you get this year may be a repeated version of the iPhone 5s and will suit those who want a smaller and cheaper device. So, expect striking features, such as a 4-inch screen, 16GB of storage, 2GB of RAM, an A9 processor, an aluminum body, and Touch ID. Apple® Mac Help Technical Support Phone Number
iPad Air 3
It was the only device that Apple didn’t update last year. So, March event can surprise you with the unveiling of iPad Air 3 with an internal spec upgrade (A9X chip, etc). You can expect support for the Apple Pencil.
This year, you can expect release of upgraded MacBooks. As ultra-thin 12-inch MacBook, 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air, the 13-inch MacBook Pro, and the 15-inch MacBook Pro have lost their identity. You can expect something better and different. 2016 can be the same year when you will get a spec-bumped 12-inch MacBook, new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Airs, and completely revamped MacBook Pros with Skylake processors and USB-C ports from Apple. You can also expect the availability of MacBook support for all upcoming versions of MacBooks from Apple. Technical Support Services for Apple MacBook® | MacBook Helpline
The unveiling of iPhone 7, iOS 10 and OS X 10.12, and Apple TV streaming service can give Apple users a reason to smile in 2016.