Probably Apple Set to Launch New MacBook’s During June’s WWDC

Probably Apple Set to Launch New MacBook's
Probably Apple Set to Launch New MacBook's

Apple is developing more hardware launches during WWDC with an assortment of new MacBook models set to appear. WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) is a software and developer-centric it has frequently been the location for Apple to announce some new hardware.

Below we have shared an extensive arrangement of Macs on the way, including

  • 15-inch MacBook Air
  • An updated 13-inch MacBook Air
  • New entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro
  • An Updated high-end MacBook Pro Model
  • The First Mac Pro sporting Apple Silicon
  • 2 Mac Studio follow-ups

All of the abovementioned models are alleged to be introduced in 2023 or early 2024, with the concession of the Mac Studio Updates, which have a lesser amount of strong timing.

However, some of these models will launch at WWDC, and there is also a big forewarning that they may not use M3 chips and will remain in the M2 generation. New MacBooks did seem in trial logs, with the 15-inch MacBook Air showing which models could appear at WWDC.

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