Bloomberg: Apple will launch 4 new Macs with M2 chips this year

Although most of the fruit fans focus on the new iPhone every year, according to the latest foreign media reports, this year Apple will focus a lot of attention on Mac products equipped with the new Apple Silicon “M2 chip”. You’ll see 4 new Macs unveiled.

“Bloomberg” well-known Apple product news reporter Mark Gurman pointed out in the latest column of the article that the main reason for seeing so many new Mac products this year is because Apple hopes to accelerate the transition of Mac “from Intel (Intel) chips to Apple Silicon”.

Since the end of 2020, Apple has launched three Mac products equipped with M1 chips, namely MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini. At that time, CEO Cook mentioned that Apple expected to spend two years. The chips used in most Mac products are being phased out from Intel chips to Apple Silicon, so more new Mac products equipped with Apple Silicon will be launched this year.

Although Apple has not yet released an invitation letter for this spring’s new product launch conference, Mark Gurman mentioned last week that Apple may hold its first new product launch conference this year on March 8; at this event, In addition to launching the first 5G iPhone SE and the new iPad Air, the company may also launch at least one Mac product that day.

According to recent documents leaked from the Eurasian Economic Commission’s database, Apple has submitted at least three new Mac models, one of which is a laptop.

But which Mac product will Apple be the first to update to the M2 chip next? In this regard, Mark Gurman believes that the entry-level MacBook Pro and Mac mini that were first updated may be the first to be updated.

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