Anticipated Tech Trends for 2024

Anticipated Tech Trends will continue as long as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) will persist in shaping our lives in 2024. We simply request greater mindfulness from AI pioneers as they integrate these technologies into our society.

Anticipated Tech Trends for 2024
Anticipated Tech Trends for 2024

While AI might not be necessary for indoor security cameras, it would certainly enhance digital assistants like Siri and Google Assistant in our daily lives. With that said, let’s explore the top 5 tech trends we hope to witness in 2024.

Enhanced Siri and Google Assistant

While generally adept at following commands, improving their responsiveness to questions is key. Injecting more sophisticated AI and machine learning into these assistants will minimize reliance on responses like ‘Here’s what I found on the web’ and ‘Sorry, I don’t understand.

Maybe it’s just me, but there are times when it feels like Siri and Google Assistant are a bit selective in what they hear, especially on my phone. Let’s hope Apple and Google enhance their digital assistants to make our lives simpler.

Improved Device Interoperability

In a surprising move, Apple announced in late 2023 that RCS support is coming to iPhone in 2024. This means Android and iPhone users won’t have to deal with frustrating group texts and low-quality videos exchanged between their devices. Despite my belief that Google and Samsung’s urging for Apple to join the RCS bandwagon would be ignored, it turns out Apple has waved the white flag.

Interoperability is not only relevant to Android and iPhone users. Those with MacBooks and Android phones, for instance, wish for simpler data transfer between their devices. While it may be wishful thinking given Apple’s stronghold on its ecosystem, enhanced interoperability across various devices would be a welcomed tech trend for 2024.

Improved Gaming Experience on macOS

Apple has recently prioritized enhancing gaming capabilities on both macOS and iOS. At the Scary Fast MacBook event, Apple unveiled the new M3 chips equipped with GPUs to support hardware-accelerated ray tracing and mesh shading. In simpler terms, this means games will offer a more realistic experience, featuring enhanced reflections, shadows, water simulation, and more.

The Verge highlighted that these two features are ‘firsts’ for Apple’s in-house chipsets driving its modern MacBooks. Additionally, at the September iPhone event, Apple proudly announced native versions of Assassin’s Creed Mirage and Resident Evil 4 for the iPhone 15 Pro models.

Looking ahead to 2024, we anticipate Apple’s ongoing commitment to enhancing gaming features on MacBooks, fostering increased development of macOS games.

AR/VR Devices with a Sleeker Design

The Ray-Ban Meta Smart Glasses drew considerable attention, especially compared to the previous-generation Ray-Ban Stories. However, certain consumers expressed disappointment as it lacks mixed-reality capabilities, meaning it doesn’t overlay virtual information onto your real-world environment.

While we already have options like the Apple Vision Pro and Meta Quest 3 providing mixed-reality experiences, envisioning a sleek and slender pair of spectacles reminiscent of Google Glass with augmented reality (AR) capabilities would be a cool tech trend to witness in 2024.

Steam Deck killers

While contenders such as the Lenovo Legion Go and the Asus ROG Ally aimed to dethrone the Steam Deck, the Valve handheld gaming PC maintains its supremacy.


Additional tech trends I hope to witness in 2024 involve enhanced health tracking in wearables like the Apple Watch Series, Samsung Watch, and Pixel Watch devices. While Apple made strides last year with the Watch Series 9’s fertility tracking feature, I eagerly anticipate other advancements the Cupertino-based tech giant has in store.



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