New leaks indicate that Apple will release upgraded versions of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro this October. Both devices are expected to use M2 based chipsets, presumably M2 Pro and M2 Max. Apple should also announce a release date for macOS Ventura during this event.

According to DigiTimes Asiavendors are currently gearing up for new MacBook Pro models. These devices appear to offer an iterative upgrade over what we got last year: They’ll retain a rich selection of ports and a flat-edge design, but run on smaller hardware. powerful.

Unfortunately, we know very little about the M2 Pro or M2 Max platforms. A recent leak from the analyst Ming Chi Kuo indicates that these chips can use TSMC’s new N5P manufacturing process, which should provide a noticeable jump in performance while still using 5nm transistors. (The first 3nm Apple Silicon chip may launch in 2023.)

Note that we could also see an updated Mac Mini this October. And of course, Apple is expected to show off an iPad Pro M2 alongside its new Macs. Both macOS Ventura and iPadOS 16 should launch within two weeks of the event.

Source: DigiTimes Asia via MacRumors