In his new Power On weekly newsletter, Mark Gurman confidently announces that Apple is preparing several Macs, some of which should see the light of day this year. Start with at least two Mac miniswhose technical specifications remain unclear but which will succeed the models with Intel or M1 chips available today in stores.
With this, Gurman also counts on Macbook Pro top of the line. Unsurprisingly, it should here be the 14-inch MacBook Pro and the 16-inch MacBook Pro but with M2 Pro and M2 Max processors under the hood, also following the two eponymous products on offer at the moment. The base price of the most compact version is 2,249 euros, compared to 1,599 euros for the 13-inch MacBook Pro M2.
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Apple would also prepare several devices for next year, with the head of the gondola 15-inch MacBook Air who has been talking about him so much in recent weeks. Mark Gurman had already mentioned the case of such a machine in the past, believing that it could be supported by a 12-inch edition for smaller budgets.
With this, Cupertino would also be working on a iMac additional. Many rumors claim, however, that the large format version of the current device is no longer relevant, so that prospects could simply discover a 24-inch iMac M2. It would then be accompanied by a Mac Pro, the only computer from Apple that has not yet been entitled to its proprietary chips.
the Mac Prothe most powerful machine marketed by Apple, is a central unit to be installed horizontally or vertically and to which it is absolutely necessary to connect a screen, a keyboard and a mouse.
Potential release schedule
As often, Apple is first expected at the turn in september or even in October for its regular second half keynote. This is where we could discover the technical sheet of the Mac mini and the 14 and 16 inch MacBook Pro.
For the Mac Pro, iMac M2, and 15-inch MacBook Air, the date would be for March or april for the keynote with availability maybe from May. It is also possible that a formalization arrives during the WWDC, in June.