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After the iPhone 15 Series, Apple may introduce Macs with an M3 processor in October; further information

Apple is getting ready to introduce its newest iPhone 15 models and new Apple Watch series in India in September, but rumors are also surfacing of more releases, potentially in October. After the release of the iPhones, the corporation may introduce new Macs with M3 CPUs, according to tipper Mark Gurman, who has a solid track record with Apple products.


He also said that the next iMac and 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops may be the first devices to use the M3 CPU. Later, additional MacBook Pros and Apple PCs could also get the new CPU. He has not yet mentioned a “Pro,” “Max,” or “Ultra” version of the CPU. Various M2 chip variations are being used in Apple devices. This chipset was also used in some of the recently introduced Mac computers (at WWDC 2022).

Additionally, Gurman notes in his Bloomberg email that the updated iPad Pro models will come with this new CPU in 2019. However, the iPad may potentially make its appearance in October. albeit with rather modest improvements. The ‘Pro’ versions for 2024 are anticipated to include an OLED display. Gurman continues by saying that an iPad Air with comparable features is also in the pipeline.

Regarding other improvements, Apple introduced the 15-inch MacBook Air at WWDC 2023 along with the potent Mac Studio and Mac Pro (with Apple silicon) workstations for potent multitasking. In India, the World’s Thinnest 15-inch Laptop launched with a Rs. 1,34,900 beginning price. Beginning prices for Mac Studio and Mac Pro are respectively Rs 2,09,990 and Rs 7,29,900.

In addition to this, the tech giant unveiled watchOS 10, macOS Sonoma, iOS 17, and other forthcoming software. The public beta version of these operating systems is presently available. Apple also debuted its first mixed reality Vision Pro headset at the same event. This expensive device will be on sale in the US for $3,499 next year. Earlier, Gurman had said that Apple was already developing less expensive versions of these headsets.

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