iPhone 14 tipped for punch-hole display, plus radical new MacBook Air and iPad Pro with wireless charging

2022 could wind up being Apple’s biggest year for new products in a long time as it gears up to release a bevy of devices. And Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has a breakdown of everything to expect from Apple in 2022, including a new look for the iPhone 14 and “the biggest MacBook Air redesign” ever.

Here’s everything Gurman just spilled in his Power On newsletter, which also includes information about a new Mac Pro, Mac mini, iPad Pro with wireless charging, a new external monitor, three new Apple Watches, and the highly anticipated Apple VR/AR headset.

iPhone 14 and iPhone SE 3

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While we’ve heard this before Gurman reiterates in this report that the iPhone 14 will have a “hole-punch-sized notch.” Other rumors have pointed to only the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max ditching the current notch in favor of the punch hole, but it’s certainly possible for the entire range. 

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