Apple Roadmap Leaks, Shows Product Plans Until 2027 

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Apple’s roadmap of product plans through 2027 has surfaced online. Although its authenticity remains unconfirmed, it contains intriguing details.

Apple Roadmap – Here Are the Possible Product Plans Until 2027

First, as seen in the image below posted by J. Reve on X, the iPhone 16 lineup might see all models upgraded to 8GB of RAM, aligning them with the current iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. 

Additionally, the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max could feature a periscope zoom camera with 5x optical zoom, akin to some high-end competitors. Screen sizes are also expected to increase, with the iPhone 16 Pro potentially expanding from 6.1 inches to 6.3 inches, and the Pro Max from 6.7 inches to 6.9 inches.

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For 2025, the budget-friendly iPhone SE 4 might be the star. This model is rumored to include a larger 6.1-inch display and a powerful 48-megapixel camera, significantly enhancing its predecessor.

The iPhone 17 Pro is set to debut in 2026, featuring a 6-inch outer screen and an 8-inch inner screen. It is expected to use low-latency, low-power LLW DRAM technology for optimal performance. The iPhone 17 Pro will feature a triple 48-megapixel rear camera system and a “Pol-less” display for better screen brightness.

In 2026, Apple may introduce the first iPhone with under-display Face ID in the 18 Pro models, a refresh of its tablet lineup with a new 10.9-inch iPad Air and 8.4-inch OLED iPad mini, and potential OLED panel options for its laptops.

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The roadmap hints at Apple exploring augmented reality (AR) glasses and foldable iPad concepts for possible release in 2027 or beyond. These innovations could represent new product categories for Apple.

While this information is based on an unconfirmed leak, it offers an exciting glimpse into Apple’s possible future directions.

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