New rumors suggest Apple may release updated MacBook Pros later this year – and they could be something very special.
DigiTimes reports that the new 2022 MacBook Pro models are powered by Apple’s M2 Max and M2 Pro chips, and we’d love for that to be true as the new chipset is rumored to offer a 12-core CPU and 28-core GPU, which it’s an incredible leap when compared to the M1 Max, which has a 10-core and 32-core CPU.
Could we see a potential new look?
Even without major aesthetic changes, the mere suggestion that we can get updated MacBooks is certainly exciting when you consider how much we’re loving it. Recent Apple MacBooks and Macs.
They’ve changed not only the way we interact with our laptops on a day-to-day basis, but also our expectations for smooth, continuous performance, even when coupled with a hefty price tag. They are suitable for most user bases such as creatives, students and professionals and have a chic and simple design.
That said, there are some improvements we expect to see with the new devices – if and when they come. In our review of Macbook Air (M2, 2022) we point out that the colors that Apple launches for MacBooks could do with a little life. The choice of grey, a darker gray and gold is getting a little old. The latest installments of color iMacs really showed how much color was missing from Apple’s other product line, and we’re hoping that with the success of color iMacs we could see a slightly less drab MacBook in the near future.
There’s not much more to say about these potential new MacBook Pros just yet, but as we get closer to launch, we could see more leaks and rumors surfacing.