Before Apple releases interested customers into the quiet winter time, there is another hardware event in the house – this is scheduled to take place in the coming month and should provide us with updated MacBook Pro models and new iPads. Here, too, the Pro models are waiting for a revision.
New MacBook Pro models, new iPads
The Mac mini and the Mac Pro are also traded as possible candidates for the event. While the Mac mini with Apple’s M1 processor seems ready for its first revision, Apple has yet to move the Mac Pro, which was last revised in 2019, to the Macs with Apple processors. Apple’s most powerful computer is currently still based on an Intel CPU.
Regardless of which computers and tablets are introduced this fall, it already seems certain that their presentation is only a few weeks away. pointing to it the started mass production at the Apple suppliers, who have meanwhile started to reduce the delivery of current models.
Apple presented the current 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models in October 2021 and equipped them with the M1 Pro and M1 Max processors at the time. The 13-inch MacBook Pro (and Touch Bar), which has not been reworked on the outside, was already switched to the M2 chip in June.
It is expected that Apple will now also equip the redesigned Pro models with M2 Pro and M2 Max processors, but will not touch the other technical specifications and the appearance of the laptops in demand.
3nm technology only in the M3 chip
Apple will probably continue to rely on the 5nm process in chip production, which will be taken over by the supplier TSMC. The new, even more power-saving and energy-efficient 3nm process should only be used with the new M3 and A17 chips come into usewhich are expected in 2023 at the earliest.
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