According to Mark Gurman’s most recent newsletter for Bloomberg, Apple will omit a physical event to introduce its new MacBooks, iPads, and Apple TV models and will instead make the announcements directly on its website. Along with new iPad Pro 11 and 12.9 models with the standard M2 chip, Apple is anticipated to introduce new MacBook Pro 14 and 16 models with updated M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets. With the Apple A14 processor and 4GB RAM, Apple TV is also anticipated to receive an update.
Gurman also asserts that Touch ID will not be reintroduced by Apple on the iPhone 15 or any future flagship iPhones. In the future, it’s possible that an iPhone SE with a side-mounted Touch ID scanner integrated into the power button will be released. Gurman also states that Apple is experimenting with sleep monitoring on the HomePod speaker in-house at its testing facilities, though he did not specify how the monitoring would function.