Here are the Top 5 New Tech Products in 2019

An early rendering of the Galaxy S10 shows an edge-to-edge display, Android P and a circular camera cut-out in the top-left corner of the display.

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Last year, there were new phones, an iPad Pro, quadcopters, smart watches and graphics cards, and this year, many new tech products are expected including Mac Pro, Galaxy S10, iPhone 11, AirPods 2 and Tesla Model Y.

For the first time since 2013, Apple is releasing a modular and upgradeable Mac Pro. It is expected to have upgradable random access memory (RAM), a swappable graphics processing unit (GPU), many Thunderbolt 3 ports and even an optional high-end display.

The most anticipated phone releases are the Samsung Galaxy S10 and iPhone 11. The S10 will have a Snapdragon 855 chip and a headphone jack, a feature that is slowly disappearing from phones. It will also have a notch for the front facing camera, although it will be located in the corner. The S10 will be announced on Feb. 20 for around $800 according to TechRadar.

iPhone 11 leaks show a triple-lens camera, with no other obvious design changes. Apple will definitely try to make the notch smaller as well as improving the battery life from the iPhone XS. The new iPhone will also have a huge speed improvement from the previous model. However, it will start at $999 just like the iPhone X and XS. There will be three models similar to last year, and they will most likely be announced on Sep. 10 according to TechRadar.

One of the most popular accessories for the iPhone is AirPods. Many new features are rumored, such as an optical heart rate monitor, biometric sensors and a wireless charging case. However, it may be more expensive than the regular $159 AirPods. The next generation AirPods 2 is expected within the first half of the year.

Tesla first unveiled the Model 3 in 2016 as a budget version of the Model S, an electric sedan. The Model Y is a smaller Model X, an electric SUV. The unveil is predicted to take place on Mar. 15, which will be Tesla’s first unveiling event since November 2017. The SUV will have ‘Falcon Wing’ doors like the Model X and share many base components as the Model 3 to speed up construction.