Apple is set to launch new models of MacBook Pro and Mac mini later today. According to Apple tipster Jon Prosser, the new models of MacBook Pro may include new 14-inch and 16-inch display variants, and the design may remain same as the 2021 models. It is tipped that the upcoming device may be powered by the company’s latest Apple M2 Max or Apple M2 Pro chipsets and come with Wi-Fi 6E/ 6GHz connectivity support.
Twitter user Wade Penner (wadepenner) also reported that a new MacBook Pro has surfaced on the Canadian REL database with the model number A2779. As per the tipster, the new Mac mini with the new M2 processor may arrive with the same design as the current model.
The newest line of MacBook Pro laptops was launched in 2022 with the M2 chip and 13-inch screen size. The lineup also included 14-inch and 16-inch models that come powered by the Apple M1 Pro chip or the M1 Max chip. A Bloomberg report recently said that the company could launch its first touch-screen Mac in 2025 as part of a larger update to the MacBook Pro. It said that the US-based company is also planning to move its displays to organic light-emitting diode, or OLED technology as part of its MacBook Pro revamp.