Apple Event 2022: During tomorrow’s “Peek Performance” Spring event, Apple might introduce the iPhone SE 3, the new iPad Air, a few Macs, and most likely its long-rumoured AR Glass, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. Apple could preview an external display and debut a new Mac mini model. Let’s go over the specifics.
Apple Is Expecting a New Product During Tomorrow’s Event
Mark Gurman, a prominent Apple expert and Bloomberg writer, revealed in his monthly Power On newsletter that Apple “finished development on it [the display] months ago” and is now ready to debut it in the market. Apple’s rumoured external monitor might have an Apple A13 processor.
The business has been working on a 7K Studio display for the past several months and is trying to replace the Pro Display XDR in its product line, which was debuted in 2019 and has been one of the top professional-grade external displays on the market despite its $4,999 starting price.
“I also wouldn’t rule out Apple previewing its next-generation external display. I’m told Apple actually completed work on it months ago, and the device was due to launch soon after last year’s MacBook Pro. Apple’s last in-house monitor came in 2019 alongside the Intel Mac Pro. A monitor would also explain the “peek” spelling,” Gurman wrote.
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Aside from that, Gurman referenced a developer source who stated that Apple has been testing various Mac computers with a new processor that has an 8-core CPU and a 10-core GPU, which fits the specifications of the suspected M2 chipset. Furthermore, he is said to have been told that a new Mac mini with this new CPU is “ready to go.” The M2 chipset or last year’s M1 Pro might be used in the upcoming Mac mini. The event is also likely to include an iMac Pro or Mac Pro model.
However, Apple has stated that the next wave of Mac devices, such as a new iMac Pro or an entry-level MacBook Pro, will be released in the coming months, most likely in May or June.“Apple has been testing this new chip on machines running macOS 12.3 (which should be released in the next week or two and run on the new Macs) and a future macOS 12.4, as well as macOS 13, which will be previewed in June at WWDC 2022,” stated Gurman.
As a result, there’s a potential we won’t see many Macs at tomorrow’s Spring event. Having stated that, we may expect at least one Mac model to be equipped with the new Apple Silicon tomorrow.
However, we can expect a deluge of Apple goods to be presented during the company’s first event of the year. Also, keep tuned for the most up-to-date information as we will be covering the event live.