Reportedly, Apple won't introduce new M2 Mac until 2023

M2-based Macs are anticipated in the future.

According to sources, Apple won't release any new Mac models until 2023, with the M2 updates for the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro currently planned for the first quarter.

Following remarks made by Apple's leadership in its quarterly results, expectations of the third batch of autumn releases from the company were questioned. Following rumors on Sunday, it appears that Apple has decided to postpone the debut of further Macs in 2022.

Vendor sources informed leaker "Yeux1122" that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro model releases that were anticipated for delivery at the end of November are instead being "postponed without being published."

The leaker draws attention to supply chain schedule adjustments that are being made in response to releases "early next year." The new models may be released in March, according to estimates.

Mark Gurman retracts recent assertions he made concerning the release of new M2 MacBook Pro models in November in the Bloomberg "Power On" newsletter. He now asserts that he was informed that Apple will release updated models "in the first quarter of calendar 2023."

New Macs will reportedly be released in a few months, corresponding with the release of macOS Ventura 13.3 in early February or early March, rather than attempting to provide another pre-holiday upgrade.

Gurman had previously stated at the end of September that he thought new Macs will debut in 2022. However, on October 15, Gurman persisted in his claim that a Mac launch in November was imminent since the models were "on track to launch in the near future." In his message from October 23, he was still adamant that the Mac might launch in November.

He bases his claims on remarks made about the financial results on Saturday, in which CEO Tim Cook mentioned a "set" product portfolio and CFO Luca Maestri mentioned lowered expectations for Mac revenue growth.

Whenever they happen, the launches will probably feature upgrades to the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros with M2-based CPUs. There are also plans for the long-rumored Mac mini revamp, which is expected to have an M2 CPU and significant cosmetic modifications.

According to Gurman, Apple has enhanced internal testing, which now includes the M2 Pro and M2 Max CPUs. According to reports, the M2 Max would boost the graphics cores to a maximum of 38 while increasing the CPU core count from 10 to 12.

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