WWDC 2023 will be a ‘party’ with a series of new Macs

According to Bloomberg writer Mark Gurman, in addition to virtual reality headsets and updates to the operating system, Apple will likely introduce upgraded Macs during WWDC 2023.

WWDC 2023, Apple’s annual developer conference, will take place from June 5 to June 9. According to expert Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, in addition to virtual reality headsets and updates to the operating system, Apple is likely to showcase more Macs during this year’s WWDC event. Image: Apple.
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MacBook Air 15 inch. Gurman predicts that the 15-inch MacBook Air with M2 chip in production will be one of the focus of WWDC 2023. Apple has launched the 13-inch Air, equipped with M2 chip at WWDC 2022. Therefore, many possibilities Apple will continue to introduce a larger Mac Air at this year’s event. Image: Stephen Shankland/CNET.
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Mac Studio kèm chip M2. Gurman revealed that Apple is testing “a new pair of high-end Macs” with the M2 Max chip and the M2 Ultra chip. He thinks these computers could be a new version of Mac Studio, a product line that has been around for more than a year. According to Gurman, the M2 Ultra was originally designed for the new Mac Pro, but the computers in the test appeared to be different from Apple’s Mac Pro. Image: Dan Ackerman/CNET.
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iMac with M3 chip. Expert of Bloomberg also hinted at the arrival of the latest M3-powered Macs, especially the iMac, which hasn’t been refreshed since the launch of the iMac M1 in May 2021. However, Gurman noted that the iMac may not ship until the second half of this year, so if it does show up at WWDC, users may not be able to buy it for a while. Image: Dan Ackerman/CNET.
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Mac Pro uses Apple silicon chip. Fans of ‘Apple defect’ are still waiting for the launch of Mac Pro using Apple silicon chip. In 2020, Apple promised to convert all Macs from Intel silicon chips to Apple silicon within 2 years, but broke the promise. The last information the press had about the Mac Pro using Apple chips was on March 8, 2022, when hardware chief John Ternus said the company would share more about this product “at another day”. Image: Avery White/The Verge.

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