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19 Jan, 2023
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Apple is reportedly developing new affordable smart displays, an updated version of the Apple TV, and a new version of the HomePod. The company is also said to be working on a product called the "Apple TV Fusion."

According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple is working on new smart home devices that will expand its presence in the smart home market. The company is said to be developing a smaller, more affordable display device similar to the Google Nest Hub or Amazon Echo Show. The device, which is said to be similar to an iPad but less expensive and optimized for home use, would include a magnet for mounting and primarily be used for FaceTime chats and controlling other smart home devices.

Additionally, there are reportedly discussions about larger smart home displays in the future. The company is also planning to relaunch HomePod with Matter technology.

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Furthermore, Apple is said to be working on a new version of the Apple TV, which will feature a faster processor and is expected to launch in the first half of 2024, however, it will not support 8k resolution.

The company is said to be working on a combination of the HomePod and Apple TV, known as the "Apple TV Fusion", which reportedly has experienced setbacks but is still in development. The smart displays, on the other hand, are still far from launch and are expected to be released in early next year or possibly later.