According to MacRumors, Apple has submitted three new unreleased Mac computer models in the Eurasian Economic Commission database. All three models are expected to be released at the spring conference on March 8.
The three Mac models submitted by Apple are A2615, A2686, and A2681. They run on the macOS Monterey system. As required by law, Apple typically archives new products in a database before a product is released. Last month, Apple submitted information that should refer to the iPhone SE 3 and iPad Air 5. Thus, soon, we will see a number of new Apple products made for various groups of customers.
Early rumors were saying that the LCD screens used in the iPhone SE 5G started production in January. So even if it is fully produced now, it will not be able to catch up with the spring new product launch in March. That’s why Ross Young guesses that the launch of the iPhone will be pushed back to the second half of April or early May. At the same time, the Cupertino-based company ought to start shipments immediately after the launch.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman said Apple will unveil “at least one” new Mac at its spring event. The latest news from DigiTimes says that the entry-level MacBook Pro with the M2 processor will be released in March.
Apple reportedly will release a spate of new devices in early March, including new MacBook Pro adopting the latest M2 processor, budget-level 5G iPhone SE, and iPad, the sources said. Except for the processor, most other components used in the new MacBook Pro reportedly will feature almost the same specs as those for the existing model featuring M1 chips, leading MacBook Pro supply chain partners to maintain production during the week-long Lunar New Year holiday to satisfy the increasing demand for Mac series, the sources continued.
Aside from the processor, most of the components used in the new entry-level MacBook Pro are nearly identical to the existing M1 chip model. The news also said that Apple’s suppliers will maintain production during the Spring Festival holiday week to meet the demand for the new MacBook Pro released in March.
Apple will also release a 27-inch iMac, a newly designed MacBook Air, and a new Mac mini this year. Apart from this, the Cupertino-based company ought to uncover an M2 iPad Pro later this year. But the manufacturer is preparing the entry-level M2 MacBook Pro for early March. So likely it will kill the vibe of a revamped MacBook Air with a brand-new processor.