Suppliers are “gearing up” for the shipments of new MacBook machines that Apple is expected to introduce next month. According to a DigiTimes story, Apple intends to introduce new MacBook models in the fourth quarter of this year. Judging by previous announcements, the company typically introduces new hardware in October.
According to this source, Apple will introduce a 12-inch and a 15-inch MacBook Air at the beginning of 2024. Apple is expected to introduce a new MacBook Pro featuring 5-nanometer CPUs, according to earlier reports.
According to the rumour, the 14-inch and 16-inch models will contain these chips, which are probably the M2 Pro and M2 Max. Another potential for an autumn 2022 release is the Mac mini. Rumor has it that there will also be an updated iMac and iMac Pro, but not this year.
The first Apple mixed-reality headset is another item that could be displayed.
Additionally, the 10th generation iPad with the A14 chip is anticipated this fall. It will have a brand-new design that is similar to the flat form of the iPad Pro.
Similar to the iPhone X, a vertical back camera lens has been depicted in social media renderings. As an improvement over the existing models’ M1 chips, the Apple iPad Pro is believed to include an M2 chip. The iPad Pro may also feature tiny LED backlighting for the 11-inch model, wireless charging with MagSafe, and other features.