WWDC is less than two months away, and the rumors keep rolling in. After we heard about iOS 17 last week, we now have some details about the hardware Apple plans to bring to the big show, and the pending AR headset may have some support. is valid.
According to Mark Gurman’s latest Power On newsletter, Apple is preparing several new MacBooks, “at least some” of which will be announced during the June 5 WWDC keynote. Gurman doesn’t go into too much detail other than a fairly obvious statement that the new June laptops “probably won’t have the major new M3 chips. Instead, they will run something similar to the current M2 processors.”
This likely means that the 15-inch MacBook Air, which has been rumored for months and is reportedly already in production, is coming soon. It will be Apple’s first 15-inch laptop since 2019, when the 15-inch MacBook Pro was discontinued and replaced by a 16-inch model. The new Air will reportedly have an M2 processor, possibly with an M2 Pro option, with the same design and specs as the 13-inch model.
However, Gurman’s report indicates that there will be more than one M2-based MacBook at WWDC, which could mean that Apple plans to also upgrade the current M2 MacBook Air or 13-inch MacBook Pro.