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What to Expect From Apple’s Next iPhones, AirPods, Macs and More

A customer tries out Apple Inc. iPhone 12 Pro Max at the Apple flagship store during a product launch event in Sydney.
A customer tries out Apple Inc. iPhone 12 Pro Max at the Apple flagship store during a product launch event in Sydney.Photographer: Brendon Thorne/Bloomberg

This week: The next slate of iPhones and other devices are near, Apple turns AppleCare+ for Mac into a subscription service, the company races to temper the outcry over its new iCloud Photos features, and key Apple teams lose engineers. 

Apple Inc. is in full preparation mode for another jampacked holiday season of device launches. Last year brought the iPhone 12, a redesigned iPad Air, new audio accessories and M1 Macs. This time around, all eyes should be on the new iPhones, Apple Watches, AirPods, the iPad mini and MacBook Pro.