The latest report from Digitimes shows that the MacBook Pro with the M2 chip may be available in “early March”, earlier than the prediction that Bloomberg expert Mark Gurman recently revealed.
reports Digitimes that Apple’s supply chain partners have maintained their production schedules throughout the Lunar New Year in preparation for the upcoming launch event. Earlier, Mr. Gurman said Apple’s spring event will take place on March 8, where Apple is expected to introduce the low-cost 5G iPhone SE and the new iPad.
If the report is accurate, Apple may be looking to get the MacBook Pro M2 into the hands of users as soon as possible, just like it did with the MacBook Pro M1 Pro and M1 Max models last fall.
Recent reports indicate that Apple is also working on up to four other devices using the M2 chip that the company is expected to launch later this year. In addition to the MacBook Pro M2, the American brand can also launch iMac a cheap MacBook Air, 24-inch
It is still unclear what screen size information is on the MacBook Pro M2 model that Apple is about to launch. At the present time, the MacBook Pro M1 Pro and M1 Max have screen sizes of 14 inches and 16 inches. Some argue that the upcoming MacBook Pro M2 is another variant in screen size, processor quality, and thinness.
In addition to the M2 chip, Gurman claims Apple may remove the Touch Bar on this MacBook Pro model, but it is unclear whether the company will put Face ID on the product.