In the latest Power On news on Bloomberg, reporter Mark Gurman said Apple appears to be planning to launch a Mac-focused product around the end of this month.
According to The Verge, Mr. Gurman said if you are trying to order an iMac, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and one of the other higher-end Pro models, some configurations will not ship until November. Gurman believes that the information combined with the fact that Apple will release its earnings report in November is a clear sign that something is going on at the company. The last time Apple delayed discussing similar quarterly earnings was when the company had just held a new Mac and iPad announcement
Also according to Gurman, the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models were refreshed in January, so they may still have a release date in 2024. Meanwhile, the 13-inch MacBook Pro and iMac models have moved on
Speaking about what the next MacBook will look like, Mr. Gurman said users shouldn’t expect significant differences beyond the processor and “minor screen improvements” in the new products. However, he said a new iMac Pro in 2025 and then an OLED MacBook Pro in 2026 could bring updated designs and features.
Mr. Guram also did not specify which chips will be equipped on upcoming Mac models. Previously, he predicted that Apple would bring a new iMac with an undisclosed M3 chip