Apple’s M2 MacBook Pros could show up next March
Apple won’t release any more new Macs before the year’s end. As per Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the organization had wanted to declare new M2 versions of its 14-and 16-inch MacBook Pros “as early as this fall,” however Apple presently plans to present them in the first quarter of 2023. Gurman adds that the launch will probably coincide with the release of macOS Ventura 13.3.
“Apple has rarely launched new products in January or February during recent years, so I’d expect the new Macs to be announced by the first half of March,” he writes. “That aligns with the planned ship dates for the corresponding software, but also makes sense in light of Apple’s recent history of launching new Macs during that month, including the Mac Studio this year.”
Gurman focuses to Apple’s new earnings call for supporting proof. Earlier this week, Tim Cook told experts the organization’s product line for the holiday season was “set.” CFO Luca Maestri gave significantly stronger affirmation, taking note of he anticipated that Mac revenue to “decline substantially” in December to a limited extent since there are no new MacBook Pros to support sales.
At the point when they at last show up, the new MacBook Pros will highlight similar design as the current 2021 models. The primary change Apple has planned is the inclusion of its new M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets. As per Gurman, the M2 Max will include up to 12 CPU cores and 38 GPU cores.
While Apple clients shouldn’t expect any additional hardware from the organization before the year’s end, the organization is as yet dealing with new software. Gurman says iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 ought to show up by mid-December. The organization is as of now testing those updates among developers.