The new iPhone SE, iPad Air, and MacBook Air are expected to be unveiled on March 8 this year at Apple’s main product announcement. However, this isn’t the only Mac we’re expecting to see.
With the Russian Eurasian Economic Commission, Apple has filed three new Mac computers with model codes A2681, A2615, and A2686. The first is referred to as a portable computer, while the other two are simply referred to as computers.
This listing is most likely referring to the impending MacBook Air, a new Mac Mini, and the much-anticipated Mac Pro.
According to reports, the next MacBook Air will be powered by the new M2 chipset, will have a new 13-inch display, and will resemble the new MacBook Pro 14 and 16. In March, we might see a revamped Mac Mini with the M1 Pro or M1 Max CPU. According to reports, these two chips are just slightly better than the M1.
The powerful Mac Pro, on the other hand, will most likely be saved until Apple’s WWDC presentation in the fall. It could be speedier than any Apple computer we’ve ever seen, thanks to a beefed-up M1 Pro or M1 Max CPU.