Apple M2 MacBook Pros with 14-inch and 16-inch screens may be released early this year 


The 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros are said to be getting an upgrade as soon as this fall, less than a year after they were first unveiled by Apple. To a question from a Power On newsletter reader (via 9to5Mac), Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman said the company is already working on M2 versions of the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.

It’s “expected to stay basically the same,” according to Gurman, since Apple only updated the series last year to add MagSafe charging, additional ports, and better displays. The M2 variants of the M1 Pro and M1 Max CPUs, which the company already offers in its existing models, will be the most significant addition to the lineup. Like the conventional M2, the next SoCs are expected to have a heavy emphasis on graphics. Graphics performance on the 2022 MacBook Air is 35 percent faster if you use the 10-core GPU.

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Gurman points out that the new MacBook Pros could be delayed until the spring of 2023, despite Apple’s stated intention to ship them in the fall. Due to supply-chain issues, it’s difficult to say when these products will be available in stores, “stated the executive. Apple expects to introduce a “deluge” of new items in the coming year, including a slew of new Macs. Gurman also reported that the corporation was working on a redesigned HomePod and an Apple Watch for extreme sports.

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