With Apple’s September iPhone 15 occasion arising, it’s seeming an increasing number of possible that the M3-based Macs will most likely debut in October.
In his Sunday Energy On e-newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has acknowledged that the primary M3 Macs could debut at their very own occasion in October:
“The construction of the occasion, I’m informed, will match the iPhone 14 launch: A prerecorded video shall be proven on-line, in addition to at an occasion on the firm’s headquarters. There’s additionally one other launch occurring in October — possible for the primary M3 Macs — nevertheless it’s unclear if that shall be positioned as a proper occasion.”
It’s additionally possible that Apple could merely ship out a press launch to the brand new M3 Macs. The M2 MacBook Professional, and the M2 Mac mini fashions didn’t have an occasion, and, traditionally, most Intel MacBook Professional and iMac spec bumps after a brand new chassis debuted hit the road after a press launch.
During the last ten years, Apple had October occasions in 2013, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020, and 2021. Full occasions in October didn’t occur in 2015, 2017, 2019, nor in 2022.
Apple’s shift from the M2 to the M3 processor is anticipated to happen someday this fall. The M3 Professional, M3 Max, and M3 Extremely launches shall be additional down the highway.
Apple tends to make the 13-inch MacBook Professional, the 13-inch MacBook Air, and the Mac mini the primary fashions to ship in a chip technology, and they’re nonetheless good candidates this time round. The M2 Mac mini was launched in January 2023, so that will nonetheless wait a bit if Apple maintains an everyday cadence.
Apple’s 24-inch iMac can be awaiting an improve, and with the M3 en route, it appears that evidently Apple could skip over the M2 technology for the desktop. There’s additionally much less of an opportunity of an M3 15-inch MacBook Air for the reason that M2 hasn’t been round that lengthy.
Keep tuned for added particulars as they change into out there.
Through AppleInsider and Bloomberg