Apple Product Presentation Calendar for 2014


This next Saturday, the month of March begins and also, if expectations are met, Apple's release schedule for 2014. According to the latest rumors and analyst controls, we leave you estimates on when Apple's new products will see the light this year.

March April

For the second year in a row, spring will not start with a launch of a new iPad model. Instead, Apple is likely to unveil the fourth generation Apple TV throughout these weeks. Unfortunately, it is not entirely clear what new features it will be able to add or when it might go on sale to the public.

The problem with this device, is the changing landscape of audiovisual media, which begins and ends with ComCast's decision to buy Time Warner Cable, with whom Apple was in negotiations to incorporate its content into the new device. Apple TV is not currently an ambitious project within Apple's plans, so wait a possible iTV for the moment it seems unlikely.


The Annual Apple Developers Congress (WWDC) is likely to be held in June. In Cupertino use this month to promote the products that will appear in the coming months.

It is very likely that during WWDC, we will almost certainly see a demo of iOS 8, and perhaps the successor to OS X Mavericks. We could also see a Mac product update.

September October

During the past two years, Apple has held two special events. In the first case, Apple will likely reveal two new iPhones, one larger than the other and both will be thinner. It is also very likely that the iWatch makes the long-awaited debut.

In the second case, it is expected to see the sixth generation of iPad and the third generation iPad Mini. Although some rumors suggest that there will be no new iPad Mini until next year.

A final point

During the Steve Jobs era, Apple liked to surprise with the announcement of a product that nobody had information about. According to Cook, Apple has become a company, due to which the programming of presentations by the media and experts and the leaks of the suppliers, into another company, in which during the presentation of the products people only rumors that have circulated about the device are pending confirmation.

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  1.   super geek said

    From a new Mac mini at the end of February, I understand that nothing at all, right?

  2.   pedro said

    fuck them! Since last October with false rumors: I no longer wait for the new mac mini! I do a hackintosh.