It seems like 2013 is getting over, and now we have to think about 2014, and the plans of Cupertino Company we follow each hour of our lives. No doubts, Apple has some pretty good plans for 2014, and its products. We have already heard from Tim Cook that 2014 will be the biggest change year at Apple. There are already many rumors going here and there about the upcoming product changes, but it seems our typically accurate analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has something in his hands for us.
In a research note to investor, he revealed that Apple is going to make significant changes to its Mac related products, including the all-new MacBook Pro 12-inch, low-cost iMac model, and original iPad with higher resolution. Kuo has a significant record in breaking latest updates about upcoming product plans of Apple, and this time, he is betting on 2014 Apple’s Products pipeline.
Spoilers alert is going to be that he didn’t mention any iWatch, and Apple TV product in his research note, but with the passage of time we will get more from him. He says that Apple is working on a brand-new model of MacBook Pro with entirely new specifications, and model design. He claims Apple will introduce a 12-inch MacBook Pro in the market to supercharge MacBook’s sales all over the world.
He further comments on the cheaper model of iMacs, which he believes going to make in the market with OS X 10.10. He reveals that iMacs are not doing good in real market, and Apple is planning to bring a low-cost model of iMac so it will able to fight with Windows providers all over the market.
Ming-Chi Kuo states that an upgraded model of full iPad is also coming in 2014, which will carry a true update to iPad series display components. He claims that Apple is going to double up the display resolution, and PPI for the next-year iPad.
So what do you think about 2014 and Apple’s major changes?