Apple is expected to hold a virtual event on Tuesday, March 8th, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Zuckerberg. It will be demonstrated at the event, including the new iPhone SE and iPad Air models. Both of these models are expected to be equipped with an A15 processor and to be capable of supporting 5G.
Furthermore, Gurman has stated that Apple intends to launch a Mac, though it has not been confirmed whether the Mac will be launched at the virtual event on March 8th. The new Mac, according to deductions from numerous rumours, could be a high-end Mac mini that will be powered by the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. Although the replacement of the silicon chipset used in the 27-inch iMac has not yet been confirmed, rumours suggest that it will be released in late August or September this year.
Gurman claims that Apple will make some changes to its new entry-level products in the near future. It is expected that the entry-level MacBook Pro will no longer have the Touch Bar and that the entry-level notebook will no longer have the ProMotion display. The new Macs will most likely be released in the second half of this year, but not before the release of Macs equipped with the M1 Pro and M1 Max processors are announced.
Apple has announced that it will release at least four new Mac computers in the year 2022. According to reports, all four Macs are equipped with M2 processors. According to Gurmans’ report, the four Macs include a MacBook Air, a 24-inch iMac, an entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, and an entry-level Mac mini, all of which are available for purchase.