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 MacBook’s did seem in trial logs, with the 15-inch MacBook Air showing which models could seem at WWDC.
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