A Look at Apple’s Financial Statements There Will Be Three New Macs in the Near Future

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techno.rentetan.com – Apple is anticipated to unveil new iPhone and iPad models at its presentation next month, and now there’s a good chance we’ll also see some new Macs. Refreshed iPhone and iPad models are expected at Apple’s reported presentation next month, and new documentation hints Macs might be included as well.

In the Eurasian regulatory database, the Cupertino tech business registered a trio of Macs with model numbers A2615, A2686, and A2681, according to Consomac (via 9to5Mac). If the reports are correct, we might be looking at a redesigned Mac mini, 27-inch iMac, and MacBook Pro. There are two different records in the database for each of the three products.

  • Apple A2615 and A2686 desktops and laptops (running macOS 12.1) and related components.
  • The Apple A2681 (macOS 12) and its components.

New Apple-designed CPUs are expected to arrive on the Mac as early as March at the first big Apple event of the year, according to Bloomberg.

It was only a few weeks ago when the iPhone and iPad models appeared in the same database, indicating the upcoming debut of the iPhone SE and iPad Air, which had been widely speculated. According to 9to5Mac, these kinds of filings often arise a few months before they are presented, so the timing here implies that the iPhone, iPad, and Mac might all be introduced at the same event in the spring. Because some items aren’t released until a year after they’ve been detected in regulatory filings, we’re not going to make any decisions yet.

Apple is anticipated to unveil a high-end Mac mini with new smartphones, tablets, and laptops, according to a number of credible sources. In theory, this new MacBook Pro should have a huge performance advantage over its predecessor since it will use the same M1 Pro and M1 Max chipsets as the current MacBook Pro 14 and 16.

By the time Apple’s M1-series chips were unveiled, Tim Cook said that the company will be completely free of Intel within two years. Only three products—the iMac Pro, the high-end Mac mini, and the Mac Pro—stand in the way of attaining that objective. The bright new iMacs were unveiled during last year’s mid-April spring event. Apple’s usual release schedule calls for a new high-end iMac a year following an update to the current iMac. Although an ARM-powered Mac Pro isn’t expected until later, an improved Intel version might be released in the meantime.

A new high-end Mac mini desktop with M1 Pro chipsets, a 27-inch iMac powered by M1-series CPUs, and a revamped MacBook Pro 14 are our most likely candidates. The spring presentation is expected to concentrate on a new iPhone SE and iPad Air, so we may not see all of these gadgets in March. If you’re wondering when the new MacBook Air with M2 processors will arrive, you’ll have to wait until after Apple’s WWDC conference in June, when the company is expected to unveil a new Mac Pro.