Apple is said to be considering more hardware debuts for the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), including a range of new MacBook models, in addition to the headgear that has been rumored to be coming out.
Even though the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is focused on software and developers, Apple frequently uses it as the platform to launch new hardware during the event.
It would appear that some MacBook models could be added to the list of products introduced at the event scheduled for 2023.
Mark Gurman, writing for Bloomberg’s “Power On” newsletter on Sunday, suggests that the event may showcase several newly released MacBook models. However, he does not go into detail on which models will be released in the near future.
Gurman does indicate that a broad variety of Macs are on the way, such as a revised thirteen-inch MacBook Air, fifteen-inch MacBook Air, a revised 24-inch iMac, an upgraded basic thirteen-inch MacBook Pro, the very first Mac Pro to have Apple Silicon, and revised luxurious MacBook Pro designs.
These are just some of the Macs that are on the way. Additionally, it appears that two Mac Studio sequels are in the works.
With the possible exception of the revisions to the Mac Studio, which have a “less clear” timing right, all models are speculated to be released in either 2023 or during the early years of 2024.
Gurman predicts that the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will see the launch of at least a few notebook models.
On the other hand, there is a “big caveat” in the sense that they will most likely not employ M3 processors and will instead continue to use chips from the M2 generation.
There have been sightings of new MacBooks, including a MacBook Air measuring 15 inches, in what look to be test logs, and this may be an indication of which models will be showcased at WWDC.