Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed that the rumoured two new MacBook Pro models will likely enter mass production in the fourth quarter of 2022. In addition, he indicated that the company is anticipated to announce an M2 Pro chipset utilising a 5nm process. Also Read – Google collects the most user data, while Apple collects the least
These MacBook Pro models will be available in 14-inch and 16-inch screen sizes, according to a tweet by an Apple analyst. For those unaware, TSMC manufactures Apple’s M-chips.
Earlier rumours suggested that production of the first 3nm MacBook chips would begin later this year. Also see – The Indian smartwatch market expands by 300 per cent annually, surpassing China
Consequently, it is anticipated that future MacBook models will utilise the same 5nm advanced node found in the most recent M2 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models. Also Read – Original, sealed first-generation iPhone 2007 sold for Rs 28 lakhs
Mark Gurman of Bloomberg recently predicted that Apple’s MacBook sales will increase. According to him, the release of new Mac minis and high-end MacBook Pros later this year will give Apple more momentum.
Apple is anticipated to host a launch event this September. At this event, the tech giant is likely to introduce the iPhone 14 series, a few new iPad models including the M2 iPad Pro and the 10th-generation iPad, and a few Mac computers including the M2 Mac Mini.
Apple has recently announced the ‘Self Service Repair’ programme for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro notebooks with M1 series chipsets. The Apple Self-Service Repair Store will provide repair manuals and genuine Apple parts and tools as part of this programme.
Apple stated that the programme will cover over a dozen types of repairs for each model, including the display, top case with battery, and trackpad. In the next few days, the company will add additional repair options.