In the fourth quarter of Apple, he is about to release new MacBook models, reporting to Taiwan's DigitalTimes resource, which he also reported last week that Apple contractors were preparing to supply some new products. Information about MacBook Pro's coming autumn annotation began to appear from a variety of sources in the summer.
Just a few days after the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with the M2 processor, Bloomberg reported that at the end of the 2022 or early 2023, the 14th and 16th inch MacBook Pro versions would be released, which would not receive significant differences from the current model, with the exception of a more powerful M2 Max chip with a 12-nuclear central processor and a 38-nuclear graph. At the same time, it was reported that the 15-inch MacBook Air would be released no later than spring 2023, and by early 2024, the 12-inch version could be expected.
October annotations have already become a tradition for Apple, so next month another event should be expected, confident of The Verge's resource. According to him, the company could present this fall an updated iPad Pro; it should not also rule out fresh versions of iMac or Mac Pro. One analyst, Kuo, was sure that new laptops would use processors produced using the same technology as the last MacBook Air and MacBook Pro -- the 3-Nm solution was not yet ready for the series, and the debuter on iPhone 14 Pro chip A16 Bionic was done on 4 nm technology.