Apple might launch some very powerful Macs at WWDC

    On June 5, at this year’s WWDC, Apple is all but certain to launch an entirely new product category: A mixed reality headset, likely called Reality Pro.

    So far, we’ve heard reports that the company also plans to launch a new, 15-inch MacBook Air, but it now appears that Apple is preparing for an imminent launch of some new Macs as well.

    Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman recently tweeted(opens in a new tab) that he expects to see “several new Macs” at WWDC.

    Gurman then followed up with a report(opens in a new tab) that Apple is testing new “high-end” Macs ahead of the event.

    We’re talking at least two new Mac models, one running the previously announced M2 Max chip, and the other equipped with the entirely new M2 Ultra chip.


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    Gurman shared some specs for the upcoming machines, both of which are desktop computers. The first one would have the M2 Max chip with eight high-performance cores, four efficiency cores, and 30 graphics cores, with up to 96GB of memory. The other, more powerful new Mac would be running the M2 Ultra chip with 24 processing cores, with 16 high-performance cores and eight efficiency cores, and a whopping 60 graphics cores. It could come with either 64GB, 128GB, or 192GB of memory.

    It appears, however, that neither of these two new computers will be part of Apple’s Mac Pro lineup, which hasn’t been refreshed in three years. Instead, they would likely be new versions of the Mac Studio, a compact desktop computer which sits in between the Mac mini and the Mac Pro.

    Bloomberg previously reported that Apple is also working on an updated 13-inch MacBook Air (besides the new, 15-inch MacBook Air model), a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, and a refreshed version of the 24-inch iMac. It’s unclear which of these will launch at WWDC, but it appears that at least several could make the cut.

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