The 5 Most Awaited Gadgets in 2023

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The year 2023 promises to be jam-packed with amazing technology that will push the boundaries even further. 2023 had something for everyone, from gaming devices like GPUs and CPUs to appealing foldable phones and laptops.

Stick around if you like technology, gadgets, fast cars, and even robot software assistants. We’ve compiled a list of exciting products that you can expect in the near future.

01. iPhone 15 series


The iPhone 15 may still be a long way off, but Apple is planning big changes, and we’re already seeing the first leaks and rumours.

So, what will be new in the iPhone 15 series, and when will it be available? The iPhone 15 series, like the iPhone 14 series before it, is expected to launch in the fall of 2023 with four models. We anticipate some minor design changes, but the biggest changes will be on the inside.

Here are the anticipated models in brief: The 6.1-inch iPhone 15 will be the cheapest, followed by a larger, 6.7-inch iPhone 15 Plus with a larger battery, a 6.1-inch iPhone 15 Pro with a faster chip, better cameras, and other advanced features, and the largest and most powerful iPhone 15 Ultra. Ultra, you are correct. Apple used the name Pro Max, but it is likely to switch to Ultra to signal the larger upgrades in this model, as well as a higher price.

02. Tesla Cybertruck


While the truck in question appears to be a vehicle from Minecraft, this one-of-a-kind vehicle is highly anticipated and is expected to be released to the public in December 2023. It has a 17-inch control screen and a top speed of 500 miles per hour, which isn’t bad at all. It’s an electric vehicle.

According to reports, the starting price for this Tesla model is around $39,000. It’s a very unusual design, and we’ve never seen a car with these aesthetics before, but we’ll leave it up to you to look it up and decide for yourself whether it’s something you’d buy. We anticipate a strong mixed reaction due to its unique appearance.

03. Nvidia’s 4060 GPU


The Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 graphics card is dedicated to the desktop sector and has 5888 shading units with a maximum frequency of 2.6GHz. The table below clearly shows the lithography, the number of transistors (if present), the available cache memory, the number of texture mapping units, the number of render output units, the release date, the GFLOPS performance, and the values obtained in the benchmark platforms.

Everything we know about the RTX 4060 is as follows:

Nvidia RTX 4060 front and back on a green background. Nvidia RTX 4060 price rumour. The Nvidia RTX 4060 price has yet to be announced, but if its siblings are any indication, the mainstream GeForce GPU will cost significantly more than the RTX 3060.

The RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 debuted with significantly higher MSRPs than their predecessors, with team green raising prices by $200-$500 USD. It’s unclear how much more expensive the RTX 4060 will be, but it’s highly unlikely it’ll cost the same as the RTX 3060 ($329).

04. Apple Smart Glasses


These smart glasses are expected in 2023 or later; we’re not sure if they’ll be successful because Google tried releasing the Google glasses a few years ago, but people didn’t like them.

However, now that smart devices are much more integrated into most modern societies, Apple’s smart glasses may sell better in the market. In this market, a few years’ difference is significant. The glasses will display information on both sides and will rely on data from your iPhone. It will have a ‘Starboard’ user interface as well as gesture controls.

05. M3 chip Macbooks


All eyes are on the Apple M3, which is expected to be the Cupertino tech giant’s next generation of silicon. Yes, we’re still waiting for the first devices with the M2 to be released next month. However, given the length of the development process, we’re fairly confident that the M3 is already in testing, even if we’re still expecting an M2 Pro, M2 Max, and M2 Ultra first.

Apple changed the game by switching from Intel to produce its own system on a chip. The first outcome was the M1, which was available on the November 2020 MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini. And it did not disappoint, providing lightning-fast processing and efficiency.

Apple then released the even more powerful M1 Pro, Max, and Ultra chips, and now the M2, which is less powerful than the upgraded M1 chips but has more transistors and memory bandwidth than the original M1. So it’s understandable that people are looking forward to the Apple M3, especially given reports that Intel’s new Meteor Lake CPU could dethrone the M2.

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