MacBooks and iMacs Readied By Apple

With Apple gearing up for its first product exhibitions for the year, the spotlight has been focused on the 2022 MacBooks plans. In 2021, Apple was planning of launching a massive host of upgrades for the next year. The new products would also include the Watch Series 8 Line, the new iPad Pro, the iPhone 14- but a major part of the attention would be placed on the Mac.

This is because Apple has decided to enter part three of its end-to-end computer overhaul- which is a move that includes the dumping of Intel Corporation chips in favor of the newly developed Apple Silicon. The transition began in 2020 with M1 versions of the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and the Mac Mini. It did continue throughout 2021 with the M1 iMac and later during the year, with the M1 Pro and M1 Max MacBook Pros.

New MacBooks Coming This Year 

In 2022, the transition of Apple to Apple Silicon will definitely lead to the company moving in high gear with the new Macbooks which will be based on a new M2 chip, the M1 Pro and the M1 max chips of the previous year, and a super-powered version of the M1 Max. The third of the updates from the Mac will very likely kick off on the 8th of March when Apple would be planning to hold its first event before the media for the year.

Recent reports have stated that new MacBooks are coming quite soon. Apple has already listed three different Mac models, with around a single one of them being labeled as a laptop, in the database of the Russian equivalent of the FCC.  The models which are being expected in the current year would be a new Mac Mini among others, and a 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 chip, which would greatly trounce the 2020 model. 

With two of the oldest Apple Silicon Macs for the lineup, today comprise of a bunch of MacBooks- it is quite easy to understand that they are next in line to be upgraded.