Everything indicates that Apple will not be able to meet the deadlines that they themselves set for the transition from Intel processors to the M series in their computers, since the latest news about the possible presentation of the Mac Pro at WWDC They are not hopeful at all. However, keep reading that we tell you everything in this post.
Oddly enough, the transition that Apple began several years ago, in which it has been replacing Intel processors with M1 or M2 in practically all of its computers, has not yet finished, since hThere is a Mac model that continues to be sold with an Intel processor, something that sooner or later is going to end. It was Apple itself, and more specifically Tim Cook himself, who set a date to end this transition, a date that will not be met in the end since the latest rumors are not very encouraging in terms of seeing a new Mac on the market. WWDC coming up.
Farewell to Mac Pro at WWDC
There are many rumors that we have known in recent weeks about what we can expect to see or not at the developer conference that will take place on June 5 in Cupertino, and the truth is that far from being a Keynote that goes unnoticed, we are facing one of the best surely in recent yearsboth for the number of launches that are expected for it, and for the quality of what Apple has prepared.
Aside from the new operating systems, of which at least iOS and watchOS hold a lot of promise, all the rumors are that Apple could make up to 4 new product launchessuch as the mixed reality glasses, the new 15-inch MacBook Air and a renewal of the 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, however, these last two will remain a little pending if Apple ends up launching the M3 chip in this Keynote or it ends up being in an event later at the end of the year, which is what everything points to.
However, in addition to all this, a possible presentation of the new Mac Pro was on the air, finally with Apple’s own processor. Well, everything indicates that this will not finally happen, and it was Mark Gurman, one of Apple’s most prestigious analysts, who confirmed it in the latest episode of The MacRumors Show. Gurman points out that Apple will launch this Mac Pro in 2023, but it will not be now, but will arrive, in theory, with the change to the new generation of M-series processors, that is, with the M3. This release, as reported by Mark Gurman, also points to the fact that will take place at the end of the yearpossibly in a hypothetical event that would be held in the month of October or November, after the new iPhone.
Finally, as we always say, this is nothing more than rumors, and although you have to take them into account, especially because of the source that provides it, you have to take them with a grain of salt and wait to see it at the next WWDC, which looks like it will be really exciting, possibly one of the best that has been held in recent years.