Hope is revived to have one last Apple Event dedicated to Macs according to the latest report received by MacRumors.
According to a MacRumors verified sourceApple could launch new Macs this month. Thanks to a movement detected in which those from Cupertino will accept new models for exchange in Octoberit is likely to be repeated since the same case happened during June and the acceptance of Mac Studio, M2 models such as the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro.
We would have new Macs in October according to MacRumors
During June, a new edition of WWDC took place, like every year. The conference is focused on the announcement of new operating systems but also, with the launch of Apple silicon years ago, it is time to discover the technological advances in Apple’s own chips. Thanks to this, new Macs are launched such as the 15-inch MacBook Air, the second generation Mac Studio and the Mac Pro.
At least one new device could be presented this month, Apple could accept the exchange of the aforementioned models depending on each user case. Also remember that Mark Gurman pointed out in July that the first Macs with an M3 chip could be announced in October. The models that sound strong to be presented are the 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro and the desktop none other than the 24-inch iMac.
The 3 nanometer process imminent in the M3
The M3 chips would be the first Apple silicon to be 3 nanometersas happened with the A series dedicated to the iPhone. Increased performance and energy efficiency will be highlighted. Most likely, a new GPU with hardware ray tracing will also be featured, as is the case in the A17 Pro.
There is only one report against it and it is from Ming-Chi Kuo. The well-known analyst indicated that no new MacBooks would be launched before the end of the year. Hence the 24-inch iMac is the most likely option, a model that is present in the Apple catalog but with the M1 chip. Could something have happened why Apple hasn’t updated it sooner? The M series chips are simply entry models, we hope Apple makes the corresponding updates this month.