7 Tech Launches To Look Forward To In 2023  

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Apple iPhone 15With the recently announced Euro regulations, there’s a high chance that Apple might introduce a USB-C iPhone next year. Other expected changes include an updated chip & perhaps a universal notch.

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15-inch Apple MacBook AirAs per reports, Apple might also introduce a bigger 15.5-inch MacBook Air in 2023. While carrying the same design forward, it will likely pack the new-gen M2 or the M2 Pro processor.  

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OnePlus Pad 5GOnePlus will debut an android tablet in 2023 - the OnePlus Pad 5G. While not many details are available, it is expected to feature a Snapdragon 865 with 6GB of RAM, a 13MP main camera with a 5MP front shooter & a  10,090mAh battery.

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Google Pixel TabletGoogle too will debut its Pixel tablet in 2023. The company has confirmed that it’ll be powered by the first-gen Tensor chipset, seen on Pixel smartphones. It is also reported to pack a 10.95-inch display and 256GB of storage.    

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Dyson ZoneDyson is set to launch a headphone with a detachable visor that doubles up as an air purifier. The Dyson Zone claims to capture 99 per cent of particle pollutants as small as 0.1 microns, while the headphones offer a 50-hour battery backup on a single charge with ANC (Active Noise Cancellation). 

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Meta Quest 3Meta is set to make splashes with the Meta Quest 3 VR headset hitting the shelves in 2023. Reports suggest that it’ll likely cost around $300 (Rs 24,824) - $500 (Rs 41374) and come with a 90Hz refresh rate “at minimum.”

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Apple VR headsetAs per reports, Apple's VR headset might be powered by the M2 chip and come with dual 8K displays. This would mean the Apple VR set will have four times as many pixels as any other headset.   

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