According DigiTimes, Apple’s subcontractors would be on a war footing and the production lines would be running at full speed. They would thus prepare for the shipments of new machines, and, in doing so, would slow down the pace for other products, Macs but also first-generation AirPods Pro (which are found at nice prices at resellers).
According to the latest rumors from the corridors, Apple is reportedly planning a special event next month, which will focus on the Mac and iPad. This weekend, Mark Gurman had again leaned on his crystal ball and saw it well, in addition to the new MacBook Pro 14 and 16 M2, a Mac mini M2, an iPad 10 and an iPad Pro M2 to go with macOS Ventura and iPad OS 16!
He believed that at least
two machines would come out within two months. Lately, rumors were mixed due to global economic difficulties (pandemic, shortage of parts, waves of heat wave, conflict in Ukraine…). Also, the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros with the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips might also not be released until spring 2023.
But most of the speculation ultimately relates to the Mac mini. The latter was not renewed at the same time as the MacBook Air M2 and the MacBook Pro 13 M2, while it was launched at the same time as the M1 versions.
And why not augmented reality headset news, which is causing a lot of ink to flow? Rumors expect him to be unveiled at the end of this year to be sold in 2023. Many analysts, including Ming-Chi Kuo, believe in a
one more thing during this possible October event…