Here's everything Apple is going to release next, including Apple Watch Ultra 2

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After the recent launch of the Apple Vision Pro, the company is gearing up to launch more products. Barring any surprise events, we will likely see Apple unveil the next iPhone in September. Apple usually also unveils new Apple Watch models alongside the iPhones. It appears we're also getting a second-generation Apple Watch Ultra alongside the Apple Watch Series 9 this year. 

In the latest Power On newsletter, Mark Gurman revealed that an Apple Watch Ultra refresh is due this year. Gurman also revealed that a larger iMac, with a screen size of over 30 inches is in early development.

A bunch of new Apple products are on the way

Gurman discussed what Apple will do now that the long-awaited mixed-reality headset has finally been revealed. With the iPhone 15 lineup set to launch in September, Gurman says new Apple Watch models will be launched alongside.

He wrote, "In addition to the iPhone 15 lineup this fall, there will be two Apple Watch Series 9 models and an updated version of the Ultra (the watches are codenamed N207, N208 and N210)."

There was some uncertainty around whether the Apple Watch Ultra would be on an annual update cycle. Since the product is relatively expensive, it would've made sense if Apple took a longer upgrade cycle with it. However, it looks like we're about to get the second-generation model in a year.

Gurman also revealed the other products that were under development and would be arriving later, which include a larger iMac with a screen size that will be over 30 inches.

Gurman also said that third-generation AirPods, smart displays, and an improved Apple TV box are also being developed. The 30-inch iMac is the most interesting one of the bunch. It's likely that it will be a part of the M3 or M4 cycle. The iMac Pro hasn't been refreshed since the Intel days, so it will be interesting to see if this iMac refresh includes a Pro model to join the lineup of the best Macs out there.

Palash Volvoikar

Palash has been a technology and entertainment journalist since 2013. Starting with Android news and features, he has also worked as the news head for Wiki of Thrones, and a freelance writer for Windows Central, Observer, MakeUseOf, MySmartPrice, ThinkComputers, and others. He also worked as a writer and journalist for Android Authority, covering computing, before returning to freelancing all over town.