After having launched the new models in its series of iPad tablets, Apple has not finished the wave of news and is already preparing another release.
In November, the long-awaited 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models will hit the market.
14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros hit the market in November
In Portugal, the 14-inch MacBook Pro is available for a price starting at 2,349 euros Credit@Apple
Yesterday, October 18th, Apple renewed its line of tablets with new base and Pro models hitting the market, in one of the quietest and most discreet launches the Cupertino company has ever made.
But it seems that the wave of news is not over yet. Mark Gurman, a journalist at Bloomberg news agency, is advancing that the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook models will hit the market next November.
The journalist even points to the history of the company that in 2019 and 2020 launched new models of the laptop exactly in the month of November. Apparently, this year will keep that tradition. One of the reasons for the new notebooks not being presented alongside the iPad Pro may have been difficulties in the component supply chain.
If the information is confirmed, in recent times Apple has been able to place new products on the market every month: the iPhone 14 launched in September, the new iPads in October and MacBooks in November.
According to information released so far, the new laptop models will arrive equipped with the M2 Pro and M2 Max processors, which have not yet been announced by the Cupertino company.
Despite some rumors suggesting that the new chips would be based on the 3nm process, everything points to Apple continuing to use the 5nm process in these processors, but using the latest TSMC process. Which will have a direct influence on their performance and speed.
For now, more information about the new MacBook models is not available, but as November approaches, more details will certainly be revealed.
The reason for Apple’s silent presentations
Unlike what happened with the iPhone 14, the new iPad base and iPad Pro were presented through press releases. Cupertino’s lights did not come on to reveal the new products.
And, everything points, so that the new MacBook Pro models also make the same discreet arrival.
Mark Gurman advances two reasons for this Apple option. According to the journalist, the company avoided the pomp and circumstance due to the “very common nature of the advertisements”. Gurman says the new products have only had a few updates and not radical changes.
Another reason for Apple to make discreet launches will be, according to Mark Gurman, to save energy and resources in marketing. All efforts, financial and human, spared will now be channeled towards the launch of the Reality Pro headset which will be released in 2023.
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