Apple might introduce new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models tomorrow
Apple might announce its first goods for 2023 quickly. Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, 9to5Mac, Jon Prosser of Front Page Tech, and MacRumors all assert that Apple will make a product announcement tomorrow. Gurman suggests that they might be the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro M2 versions he talked about last fall, though most people are unclear on the specifics.
Gurman predicted that these systems will look the same as the M1 models that would be made available in the latter half of 2021. The new M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, which have up to 12 CPU cores and 38 GPU cores in the Max, would be the focal point of these events. In other words, there wouldn’t be a touchscreen or any other significant changes.
They might, however, be the first Macs to come with WiFi 6E. Wade Penner, a Twitter user, discovered an unreleased MacBook Pro with support for the 6GHz band of the more recent WiFi standard in a Canadian wireless database. As long as your router is compatible, you ought to experience increased top speeds, less latency, and less network congestion on a busy local area network. The WiFi 6E standard is already supported by Apple’s iPad Pro M2.
You might not want to plan on the release of a Mac mini M2 or other updates since there haven’t been any mentions of other goods making their appearance around the same time. However, if the reports are true, this may be good news for anyone who has been delaying the purchase of a MacBook Pro in order to guarantee they get the most recent technology.