No more new Macs this year
Contrary to expectations, Apple is not releasing any more Mac models this year, according to Bloomberg. The new MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16 will be delayed by several months, according to the report.
As the usually well-informed Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman puts it in his newsletter power on reported, the next Macs appear in the first quarter of 2023. This affects the new versions of the high-end MacBooks, the Mac Pro and the Mac mini. Apple was previously expected to unveil the updated 14- and 16-inch MacBooks in November.
The market launch should be linked to the upcoming macOS 13.3, according to the newsletter. The operating system update can currently be expected between February and March. Shortly before, a South Korean blogger also claimed that the new MacBooks are now only in March 2023 should start. In Apple’s last investor call, Tim Cook had already emphasized that the product lineup for the Christmas quarter was “set”.
Supposedly it will be optically when MacBook Pro 14/16 change nothing. Instead, they are likely to release new chips in the form of the M2 Pro and M2 Max receive. The M2 Max is expected to have twelve instead of ten CPU cores and 38 instead of 32 GPU cores.
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