By Ayush Gulati
Last year was an important year for Apple with the release of the iPad Air and the all new iPhone 6 models, but 2015 may be even bigger. Here is a list of some of the highlights of the Apple product line for 2015.
The new iPad Air Plus is slated to be released within the next couple of months and though it seems as though Apple has managed to incorporate every single feature it possibly could into last year’s iPad Air, the company has promised an innovative change that will revolutionize the iPad product line. Wide speculation and hints provided by Apple have made it highly probable that the new innovation will be a 12.9 inch screen, marginally larger than previous models. There is also a considerable amount of speculation that the iPad could become a hybrid keyboard device, much like the Microsoft Surface.
The Apple Watch is set for release in February and it could potentially propel
Apple to even greater heights. The watch will be sold in three distinct collections; Watch, Watch Sport, and Watch Edition. The watch manages to distinguish itself from other digital watches on the market by offering a unique way to connect with friends, pay bills, and keep time. The prices of the watches range from $200 to $500 depending on edition.
The next generation Macbook Air will be released this year with an all new retina display and 12 inch screen, two features that have never before been seen in the Macbook dynasty. Another fantastic option that may just have a chance at going through is the all new color options, which will include the champagne option, a highly popular color scheme among Apple consumers.
The most vague of Apple products, the Apple TV, is scheduled for an upgrade this coming year as well. The black box has a good chance of its price being upped along with the upgrade as well.
Only time will tell as to whether these rumors will be confirmed but all Apple customers are excited to see what comes in the next year for the company.
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