Apple updated the MacBook Pro two years ago, and now all fans hope that it will introduce a new model with the new chip generation M2 Pro and M2 Max. But now a report from the supply chain suggests that the launch could be postponed again. The three planned MacBook Pro models will be launched with a delay, reports Digitimes.
Apple also expects MacBook sales to decline 40-50 percent compared to the holiday quarter as the pandemic and broader macroeconomic factors impact Mac sales.
Part of the reality for all of us is the fact that money is tightening and users are postponing purchases and perhaps working longer with their used devices. Since the speed differences between M1 and M2 are not that big anyway, this is probably not a totally bad strategy.
How about you? Are you definitely buying a new MacBook with M2 or is your old device still sufficient? Feel free to write something in the comment fields below this article, we are very excited.
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