Apple is expected to host a new event in March 2021. The iPhone SE 2022 is expected to be Apple’s entry-level iPhone. Two new iPad models are expected to be unveiled at the Spring event, in addition to the iPhone. Later this year, Apple may have more surprises in store for customers and enthusiasts, which could be revealed later this year. Apple may introduce new Mac models, such as a new Mac Pro or Mac mini.
Apple is expected to release new M2 MacBook Pro and M2 MacBook Air models by the end of the year. MySmartPrice discovered the new Mac machines on the EEC certification website.
New Apple Mac machines are on their way
Apple has three Mac machines listed on the EEC certification website. A2615 is the model number of one of the devices. The Mac Pro or a higher-end Mini with the new M1 Pro or M1 Max chips are most likely to be the new Mac model. This machine is also being tested in India, according to our industry sources. This model, according to our sources, will be released in the coming months. The launch date, on the other hand, has yet to be determined.
The upcoming Mac Pro will be available in two processor options, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. The M1 Pro and M1 Max chips found in the MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch models could be the culprits.
The model numbers for the other two models are A2686 and A2681. The latter will most likely be a MacBook. The model number, on the other hand, is unknown. According to rumors, the next MacBook will be an entry-level Air model with the new M2 chip. While no official confirmation has been given, we can speculate that the A2681 will be the next MacBook Air M2.
The upcoming Air variant is expected to get a major makeover. According to leaked design renders, the new MacBook Air will have a flat design. It will be available in some different colours. There are only two USB Type-C ports on the MacBook Air, according to reports. The laptop could have a slightly larger 14-inch screen with thick white bezels. At this time, there are no other details about the upcoming Mac machines. As soon as more information becomes available, it will be released.