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1 Jun, 2023
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In anticipation of Apple's upcoming WWDC, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has confirmed that the event will feature the release of several new Mac models, alongside the highly anticipated Apple AR headset.

Gurman's tweet is also in line with recent rumors and reveals, such as the detection of three unknown Mac desktop models in Apple's Find My code, suggesting that during the WWDC, a lot of attention will be paid to the hardware.

The long-awaited MacBook M3 will be released later this year, and the upcoming 15-inch MacBook Air will run on the same M2 chip as its 13-inch predecessor.

With recent updates to the Mac mini and the high-end MacBook Pro featuring the M2 chip, it seems unlikely that these models will receive yet another refresh in the near future. The iMac, another potential candidate, is also reported to bypass the M2 chip, as indicated by both Gurman and sources from 9to5Mac.

So enthusiasts are left wondering which Macs have yet to be introduced. The Apple Silicon Mac Pro and a new version of Mac Studio, which is still equipped with M1 Max and M1 Ultra chips.

Apple has sent an internal memo to its retail stores announcing the inclusion of the Mac Studio in its trade-in program, starting next week. What adds to the intrigue is that the same memo mentions the M2 MacBook Air and the 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro being included into the trade-in program as well.

One thing is clear that new Macs are on the horizon, suggesting that those planning to purchase a new computer may want to hold off for a few more days to see what Apple has in store.