The Mac Mini M2 and M2 Pro, 14-inch MacBook Pro and 16-inch M2 Pro and M2 Max chips , and the iPad Pro M2 will reportedly not be released in October 2022.
Mac Mini M2 and M2 Pro, MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch chips M2 Pro and M2 Max, and iPad Pro M2, according to information, will launch at the end of this year.
According to analyst Mark Gurman, quoted from GSM Arena, Monday (26/9/2022), Apple does not have enough products to hold an event in October 2022.
Apple may decide to launch those new products with separate press releases. Apple believes a separate press release would be more effective.
This isn’t the first time Apple has chosen to do so. Apple has previously launched new products with press releases outside of the core iPhone lineup.
However, Gurman still believes that by the end of this year, the Cupertino tech giant will launch the new Mac Mini, MacBook Pro, and iPad Pro.
Previously reported, MacBook Pro 2022 sizes 14 inches and 16 inches will be present in the fourth quarter of this year. The news was blown by Apple’s supply chain.
The new MacBook Pro, according to the DigiTimes supply chain, is almost certainly a refresh of the 14-inch and 16-inch models though no specific model has been revealed.
Quoted from Tom’s Guide , Sunday (9/25/2022), the report refers to the current 13-inch MacBook Pro laptop for 2022.
However, the supply chain did not mention specifically about the date and month for the presence of the latest 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro duo designed by Apple.
Bloomberg ‘s Mark Gurman had predicted that Apple would hold its second big Fall event next month to launch the iPad and Mac.
Last year’s introduction of 14-inch and 16-inch laptop models with notches, square displays and multiple ports was a major change that Tim Cook et al.
Apple has tended to keep MacBook designs relatively static for generations. The changes will be on the inside of MacBooks with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips.
There is some uncertainty as to whether the chips will be manufactured with the new 3nm process. However, lately, evidence has shown that Apple is sticking with 5nm.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo cautions against expecting much change. Apple’s October 2022 event, he says, isn’t just for laptop releases either.