Apple will most likely release the MacBook Pro in the near future. Now that the iPhone 13 has weathered the storm, it’s time to turn our attention to other gadgets.
The iPhone 13 has officially gone on sale. Apple frequently announces new products shortly after releasing a new one in order to maintain its position in the spotlight. This means that Apple is likely to shift its focus to other products in its line-up like the MacBook Pro and Mac mini. So there’s some exciting news to share about this.
MacBook Pro is expected to hit the market soon.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple is expected to debut new MacBook Pro computers “in the coming weeks,” according to sources. In addition to stating that Apple normally unveils new Macs in October, Gurman also reveals some specifics on the specifications of incoming MacBooks. Gurman is frequently well educated, and his predictions are frequently accurate.
Apple’s new M1X chip, which Gurman describes as a “likely term” for a “more graphics- and professional-oriented M1 CPU,” will be used in the new laptops. The M1X will most likely be available in two configurations: one with 10 CPU cores and another with 16 or 32 GPU cores. Is the Mac mini on its way? On this point, there are differing viewpoints. Gurman is unsure of the answer.
Apple was in attendance at the iPhone launch ceremony last year. This event took place in October. Because to the Covid-19 pandemic, this is a little later than usual. As a result, this is no longer the case. Then, in November, Apple held an event at which it unveiled the first MacBooks equipped with the Apple M1, a new chip built by the company itself.
Additionally, in addition to the new MacBooks and (potentially) the new Mac mini, Apple is rumoured to be planning to debut new AirPods, the third generation of which will be released later this year.