Apple Set to Unveil Multiple ‘New Mac Models’ at WWDC 2023
Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), starting on June 5, promises to bring exciting announcements.
As per a report from the Chief Correspondent of Bloomberg News, Mark Gurman reveals that the event will showcase the unveiling of an AR/VR headset, updates to the operating systems, and the introduction of several new Mac models.
Gurman’s recent tweet highlights that there might be more than just the rumoured 15-inch MacBook Air with the M2 chipset. The keynote will focus on the mixed-reality headset and include updates for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and other areas.
While the new 15-inch MacBook Air is expected, the specific lineup of other Mac models remains uncertain.
Additionally, there are the claims that Apple is developing 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro versions featuring the M3 CPU; nevertheless, their release is scheduled for later this year.
Despite Apple releasing the latest Macs with the M2 Chips series, the Mac Studio has not seen an update in a year. The expected release dates of the currently underdeveloped two new Mac Studio models are remained unknown.
To avoid competition with the Apple silicon Mac Pro, Apple may decide to postpone the Mac Studio update.
It’s possible that this year’s WWDC could mark the introduction of new Mac Studio models with M2 Max and M2 Ultra chip options. However, Gurman highlights that the next Mac Pro might not be unveiled at WWDC and is anticipated to launch at the year’s end.
It is expected that WWDC’23 will be the longest-ever conference due to the significant number of developments Apple plans to share with the audience.