New MacBook Pro computers from Apple are expected to be unveiled this week, most likely on January 17. The new MacBooks, which are powered by the most recent M2-based processor, will reportedly be unveiled on January 17 and go on sale probably in late January or early February, according to renowned expert Mark Gurman of Bloomberg. The 2023 versions of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and M2 Max CPUs are reportedly part of the new lineup. Tuesdays are normally when Apple releases new items, thus this leak fits into its overall plan. An official statement is still pending, though.
Gurman writes in a tweet that “The new MacBook Pros are soon” (Apple does announce tomorrow, January 17; press conferences will take place later this week; embargoes will be lifted next Monday). Indian customers should anticipate the announcement by tomorrow morning, January 18, as it runs according to the PST timezone. The real sales may occur later, as was previously suggested.
Apple has been introducing new MacBook Pro 14 and 16 models in March for the past few years. Given that the first Apple VR headset is expected to be announced in the spring, which is around March or April, the company is probably changing its launch schedule.Also read :- https://india-24.com/amazon-india-iit-graduate-software-engineer-was-fired/ .
Although the next MacBook Pro isn’t anticipated to include any significant design changes, the Apple expert has not disclosed any information regarding the specifications. This is due to Apple updating the design and processor of the MacBook Pro 16 and 14 in October 2021. The business unveiled the iPhone SE (2022 or iPhone SE 3), iPad Air with M1, M1 Ultra SoC, Mac Studio with M1, and Studio Display in March of last year. The MacBook Pro 13 with an M2 chip came next in June 2022, but there was no modification to the machine.