What Do You Want to See From Apple in 2020?

In our What to Expect article that we shared yesterday, we covered everything that we're expecting to see from Apple based on current product rumors and historical release data.

New iPhones with 5G, OLED displays, and upgraded 3D triple-lens camera system with significant augmented reality improvements are in the works, Apple is working on updated Macs and iPads, and AirTags, an innovative new accessory for tracking lost devices, is on the horizon.


We could also see a lower-cost HomePod, new over-ear headphones, and there could perhaps be some surprises in store like an augmented reality headset or an ARM-based Mac, but those aren't sure bets for 2020 at this time. There are also some outlandish rumors, like folding iPhones and iPads, plus rumors about the Apple Car, virtual reality headsets, and other far off products continue to circulate.

We want to hear from the MacRumors community. What are you hoping to see Apple release in 2020?

Are there new features you're hoping Apple will bring in iOS 14 or macOS 10.16? New headphones? Updated Mac features? New additions to the iPhone lineup?

Let us know what you want to see in the comments, and make sure to check out our What to Expect article for a look at the current rumors. We'll learn more about Apple's 2020 product plans in the early months of the year, and as always, we'll be covering all Apple rumors in-depth here at MacRumors.

Our MacRumors forums are also a useful resource for discussing upcoming products and rumors, and with so many new products rumored for 2020, our forums are the place to be for discussions on what's coming.

Thank you to all of our readers and our forum members for making MacRumors the number one site for Apple news, rumors, and advice on the web. We wouldn't be here without you, and we look forward to another year of rumors in 2020. Happy New Year!

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3 weeks ago
Software that works.
Rating: 85 Votes
3 weeks ago
Better quality control on the software department.
Or any for that matter.
Rating: 60 Votes
3 weeks ago
An affordable Mac Pro 7,1 light – same form factor but aimed at prosumers.
Rating: 51 Votes
3 weeks ago
I’d like another year where they focus on making the software more reliable. It’s the opposite of magical when things don’t work.
Rating: 40 Votes
3 weeks ago
I remember when my Apple products used to “just work”. I want that again. They’re immensely capable and sometimes magical (I wonder what 2010 me would think about TV, HomePod, and Watch) but I feel like they don’t work and integrate as smoothly as they used to, and that’s a software issue.
Rating: 36 Votes
3 weeks ago
iMac refresh with newer design.
Rating: 35 Votes
3 weeks ago
Less virtue signaling.
Adherence to the Apple Human Interface Guidelines. No more hide and seek interface.
More documentation, particularly for APFS.
Put fixing major bugs ahead of adding more bling.
Abandon things that obviously don't work, I'm looking at you butterfly keyboard.
Finish adding Quicktime 7 Pro features to Quicktime X that were promised years ago.
Stop turning macOS into iOS.
Kiss and make up with Nvidia.
Stop telling us you have a commitment to the Mac when your actions show that's not true.
Start making your hardware more repairable so you'll actually show you care about the environment.
Rating: 32 Votes
3 weeks ago
I want an Apple to make HomeKit a priority. Improve the usability of the app and increase the versatility of shortcuts.
Rating: 29 Votes
3 weeks ago
High quality software.
Rating: 26 Votes
3 weeks ago
Bring back AirPort.
Rating: 21 Votes

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