Apple is set to release up to five new Mac models in 2022 — all with the updated processor, part of the company’s in-house chip family. The information is from journalist Mark Gurman, who publishes a weekly column in the form of a newsletter on Bloomberg.
According to Gurman, who tends to have good sources in the industry, one of the certainties is the arrival of a top-of-the-line iMac with an Apple chip. Among the laptops, two models are expected: an elite MacBook Pro, with an M2 chip, and a new entry-level model. Less hyped, a revamped Mac mini is also expected.
The most anticipated device, however, is the next Mac Pro. The 2020 model made news not only for the high price and the shape that resembles a cooking utensil, but also for the processing power — and an update with an Apple chip could elevate further the expectations of the community.
For now, there is no confirmation from the company itself about the launch of these models, but the first ones on the list may only be revealed in June of next year, during the 2022 edition of the Worldwide Developers Conferece (WWDC).