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11 Dec, 2023
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Apple is gearing up for significant hardware releases in early 2024, with Bloomberg's Mark Gurman providing insights into the company's plans.

According to Gurman's predictions in the Power On newsletter, Apple is set to unveil the next generation of iPad Pro and iPad Air in March, along with the introduction of the highly anticipated M3 MacBook Air.

Mac Studio and Mac Pro fans should be patient, however, as these cutting-edge models aren't likely to arrive until at least late 2024, and possibly 2025.

To enhance user experience and simplify consumer choices, Apple is reportedly making clearer distinctions between its iPad models. The iPad Pro is expected to feature Apple's new M3 chip, an OLED display, and will be available in two sizes: 11 and 13 inches. A new Magic Keyboard designed exclusively for the iPad Pro is also on the horizon.

Meanwhile, the iPad Air will be offered in a 10.9-inch version and a new 12.9-inch variant, powered by the M2 chip. These changes are intended to provide a clearer distinction between high-end, mid-range and standard iPads, making it easier for customers to make decisions.

The M3 MacBook Air is anticipated to join the lineup in March, available in the traditional 13- and 15-inch configurations.

At the same time, Apple may discontinue the 2020 MacBook Air M1. However, the Mac Studio and Mac Pro are expected to be last in line for an upgrade to the M3, with their possible release dates stretching into late 2024 or even 2025.