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When will Apple announce new Macs with M2 chipsets?

When will Apple announce new Macs with M2 chipsets?

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(Pocket-lint) – Apple plans to release several new Macs with upgraded processors in the first half of the year.

According to the journalist Bloomberg Mark Gorman Via its Power On newsletter, Apple could launch a 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, 24-inch iMac, and a redesigned MacBook Air — all powered by an M2 chip that’s supposed to be slightly faster than the original M1 CPU. It keeps the same eight-core architecture, but its graphics cores can be increased to nine or 10.

As for when these new Macs will arrive, at least one new Mac model is expected to appear at a yet-to-be-announced event on March 8, 2021.

Gurman believes that two of the oldest Apple Silicon Macs in the current lineup – the entry-level MacBook Pro and Mac mini – will likely be next to get an update. The Mac Mini, in particular, can be upgraded with the M1 Pro and M2 option. Gurman also expects a larger iMac Pro to come with M1 Pro and M1 Max chipsets to replace the current 27-inch iMac Pro, while a smaller Mac Pro will arrive “with the equivalent of two or four M1 Max chips.” But Apple may wait until May or June 2022 to announce another round of Mac releases.

To be clear, expect one or two new Macs in March, followed a few months later by more new Macs.

Apple also has other hardware announcements up its sleeve at its March event. There are plans to unveil the 5G iPhone SE and 5G iPad Air. It will also release iOS 15.4 with Face ID that supports the mask.

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The iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8 are not expected to arrive until late 2022. Moreover, in 2023, Gurman believes that Apple could release Pro and Max versions of the M2 chip along with the M3.


Keep in mind that it’s been more than a year since Apple first announced its release The first internal M1 chip, which was later followed by the M1 Pro and M1 Max variants.

Written by Maggie Tillman.