Apple Will Announce New Macs Alongside a USB-C Magic Mouse, Trackpad, and Keyboard.
The Fruit Company’s “Scary Fast” Event
Bloomberg reports that the following week, Apple will also unveil new Macs and a Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, and Magic Keyboard with USB-C.
On October 30, it is probable that the organization will showcase the novel products at its “Scary Fast” event.
In conjunction with a more extensive transition to USB-C connectors, the organization will likely introduce revised iterations of peripherals, such as its trackpad, mouse, and keyboard, which omit the antiquated Lightning interfaces.
New 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, designated J514 and J516 respectively, are now widely anticipated to be unveiled by Apple on Monday.
Two allegedly different variants of the M3 Pro have been evaluated. An individual model consists of 18 graphics cores and 12 primary processor cores (6 high performance, 6 high efficiency).
Thirty graphics cores and fourteen primary processor cores (four high efficiency, ten high performance).
Similar evaluations are underway for a number of M3 Max processors, one of which is a high-end model featuring 16 main cores (12 high performance, 4 high efficiency) and 40 graphics cores.
Apple may also introduce new configurations featuring 24GB and 48GB of RAM, according to additional rumors.
While it is anticipated that the iMac’s design will remain unchanged, the pedestal may be redesigned. The desktop computer codenamed J433 and J434, might incorporate an M3 chip with eight main processors (four high-performance and four high-efficiency) and ten graphics cores.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro (codenamed J504) with an M3 chip has been in development by Apple, according to Bloomberg. However, the company does not anticipate the device to make its debut on Monday. Likewise, no new MacBook Airs are anticipated.
Per usual, the fruit company always has something up their sleeves. Until next time…