During the March 8, 2022 keynote, Apple is expected to unveil a new refurbished MacBook Pro with an Apple Silicon M2 processor.
According to a supply chain report released just a few hours ago, the next-generation M2-chip MacBook Pro will arrive next month.
What Do We Know About the MacBook Pro with M2?
According to a new supply chain report released today, the Cupertino OEM will unveil its first MacBook Pro with a second-generation Apple M2 silicon processor at its spring event next month.
According to sources in the publishing industry, Apple’s supply chain partners kept production lines running over the Lunar New Year holidays to make the company’s new premium laptop, which is expected to launch “early March.”
According to the sources, Apple will release some new devices in early March, including a new MacBook Pro with the latest M2 processor, iPhone SE, and iPad 5G at a lower price point. Except for the processor, most of the other components in the new MacBook Pro are expected to be nearly identical to those in the existing M1-chip model, allowing MacBook Pro supply chain partners to keep production going all year. According to the sources, Apple will take a week off during the Lunar New Year holidays to meet the growing demand for the Mac series.
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Although the report does not specify the exact dimensions of the device in question, the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro is the only “Pro” model with the original M1 chip, and Apple is rumored to be working on an updated version of this machine. When it debuted in November 2020, it was well-received.
Tim Cook’s intention, according to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman, is to release an upgraded entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 chip in 2022. However, a posthumous debut has been suggested. For 2023, most likely.
Although DigiTimes’ sources are frequently reliable, the site has a shaky track record when it comes to interpreting that information and accurately deciphering the US giant’s plans, particularly when it comes to the gadget launch schedule.
In any case, the next-generation entry-level MacBook Pro should use the same M2 chip as the next-generation MacBook Air, which has the same number of CPU cores as the M1 chip, as well as up to 10 graphics cores and improved performance. Gurman believes the Touch Bar will be removed from Apple’s new entry-level MacBook Pro, and that the notebook will lack a ProMotion display.
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