Before the year’s end, Apple won’t introduce any new Macs. Apple plans to release new M2 versions of its 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros in the first quarter of 2023, as opposed to “as early as this fall,” as claimed by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. Gurman adds that the rollout will probably occur with the introduction of macOS Ventura 13.3.
He writes, “I’d expect the new Macs to be introduced by the first half of March. Apple has rarely launched new products in January or February in recent years. It also makes sense, given Apple’s previous history of introducing new Macs during that month, including the Mac Studio this year, since it “aligns with the scheduled ship dates for the accompanying software.”
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Gurman cites Apple’s most recent earnings call as evidence. Tim Cook informed analysts earlier this week that the company’s holiday product lineup was “set.” Even more convincing evidence came from Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri. They stated that he anticipated Mac revenue to “drop dramatically” in December due in part to the absence of any brand-new MacBook Pros to drive sales.
Enable browser notifications to get Engadget’s breaking news alerts. Whenever you choose, you can turn off notifications in your settings menu. The new MacBook Pros will have the same appearance as the existing 2021 ones when they eventually come. The main alteration that will be made is the introduction of Apple’s new M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets.
The M2 Max will have up to 12 CPU and 38 GPU cores, claims Gurman. Apple is continually developing new software, even if customers shouldn’t anticipate any new hardware from the business until the end of the year. According to Gurman, iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 should be available by mid-December. The company’s developers are now testing these improvements.
According to Mark Gurman, Apple has delayed the launch of new 14” and 16” MacBook Pro models until early 2023. Apple has no more announcements for the rest of the year pic.twitter.com/KeC8fZ8UOE
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According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, the next-generation iPad Pro with Apple’s newest M2 chip is scheduled to ship in “a matter of days.” According to reports, it will be the first new model since May of last year and will be 20% faster than the M1 model. According to Gurman’s newsletter, Apple will also release new Macs later this year and an iPad dock with an embedded speaker in 2023.
The next iPad Pro models will have versions with an 11-inch and 12.9-inch display, maintaining the same form factors as the current ones. The M2 chips should improve the efficiency of the iPad Pro even though the performance increase is only 20 per cent, which is still considerable.
According to Gurman, Apple will soon release a budget iPad alongside the new high-end versions. It will feature an A14 Bionic chip rather than an M-series chip, have a USB-C port in place of a Lightning port (to comply with forthcoming European standards), and enable 5G.
Apple is reportedly working on an iPad docking attachment with a built-in speaker that could be unveiled next year, which is another exciting bit of information. The device is designed to be used as a full-featured home hub/smart speaker when an iPad is connected to it. It resembles the Pixel charging speaker dock that Google said will be available next year along with the Pixel Tablet.
Enable browser notifications to get Engadget’s breaking news alerts. Whenever you choose, you can turn off notifications in your settings menu. Apple will release 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models later this year in addition to new iPads. They will be equipped with more full M2 chips, such as the M2 Pro and M2 Max. A Mac Mini with an M2 CPU will also be available soon.
Lastly, Apple is developing a new Apple TV that will use an A14 processor and have 4GB of RAM, significantly improving the present A12 model. Even though Gurman typically gets these things right, Apple frequently changes its mind regarding new products and launch dates, so you should treat rumours with a grain of salt until they are confirmed.
Prices For Apple Music, TV+ And bundles jump
Regarding Apple’s results, we know very clearly why the corporation decided to increase the cost of its services just a few days before it released its most recent report. A little jolt was required for the company.
If you have your hopes set on the new MacBook Pro models, there’s some disappointing news about the larger macOS laptops. https://t.co/mFXDwE858J
— Ewan Spence (@Ewan) October 30, 2022
The corporation made the following price modifications in the US on Monday:
- The monthly cost for Apple Music (individual) increased from $9.99 to $10.99.
- Apple TV+ (individual) has increased from $4.99 to $6.99.
- Individual Apple One now costs $16.95 instead of $14.95.
- Apple One (premier) went from $29.95 to $32.95.
Additionally, the corporation raised the cost of annual plans and family subscriptions. When adjusting, it highlighted the rising costs of music licensing and the fact that Apple TV+’s original programming has grown from a small number of series to many award-winning programs.