We are all waiting for several new products arrive before the end of the year. Products like new iPads, new Macs, and probably a few other surprises that we would have to see during an event in October. Something that Mark Gurman has just denied.

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In the latest edition of his Power On newsletter, the Bloomberg reporter states that it is “It is likely that the launches of the rest of the products in 2022 will be carried out through a press release, website updates, or briefings with specific members of the press.” A panorama that would leave us without an event this October, or November, but with several new products ready to go.

We are talking, among other possible surprises, of the new iPad Pro M2, which would come in 11 and 12.9 inches, of a new Mac mini M2 and, surely, of new MacBook Pros of 14 and 16 inches with M2 Pro and M2 chips Ultra. Devices that, it must be said, fit well within a press release presentation being, mainly, continuations of the products that we already know.

Neither of these new products is a great departure for Apple. They will have some upgraded specs and a chip that was already announced at a formal event in June at WWDC 2022. That makes me wonder: does Apple really have enough here to make it worth hosting another very polished launch event?

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According to Gurman, an “updated Apple TV with an A14 chip and RAM improvements” could also appear this year. A) Yes, the company’s next event would take place in 2023. Regarding the Mac Pro Gurman also tells us about the next 2023. Maybe in January together with the Apple Glasses? We will see what the Cupertino company has prepared for us.

Source: www.applesfera.com

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