Apple Set To Launch Five New Products In 2013 Including Their First Television
According to two leading analysts, Apple is set to launch five new products in 2013, including Apple’s highly anticipated television set.
Renowned analysts Gene Munster and Douglas Clinton say Apple will revolutionize its product line in an attempt to maintain its spot as the world’s biggest company.
The analysts say the new products are just the beginning of major changes to be made to the company’s product line in 2014.
The pair told Fortunethat 2013 “will set the stage for bigger changes in the product lineup in 2014 and beyond.”
The two analysts also believe Apple will release some sort of radio device — possibly the iRadio — which will play podcasts and work through iTunes.
It will be followed by a new version of the iPad mini with a higher resolution display.
In addition, Apple is slated to release the latest version of its operating system for the iPhone and iPad — dubbed iOS 7 — in June.
A big surprise is that a new iPhone could be announced, as a smaller and possibly cheaper model could be released in addition to the much rumored iPhone 5S.
Photos claiming to show internal components of the iPhone 5S have already leaked.
Then, in November, Apple is set to release a revolutionary product — their much anticipated TV.
Many in the industry are waiting for Apple to show its TV, as many say it was the last product Steve Jobs ever worked on.
2013 is set to be a big year for Apple, and one must stay tuned to see what products the tech giant looks to release.
James Gilbert | Elite.