On June 6, WWDC will begin, Apple’s annual conference dedicated to developers. The event will be held until the 10th with a keynot to start, where iOS version 16 is expected, which could drop support for some iPhones. It is also on this occasion that we should discover macOS 13 (assumed codename: Mammoth).
In his usual weekly newsletter, Mark Gurman seems to confirm these statements. The journalist from Bloomberg is closely followed by the firm’s investors, in search of crisp information in preview in order to readjust their positions. Alongside Ming-Chi Kuo or Jeff Pu, he is one of Apple’s most renowned analysts.
The Mac stars of the keynote?
Gurman also mentions the case of other “products“, an affirmation to be considered with some caution. Indeed, if in French the distinction between this term and that of “services” is clear, it is not always so in the language of Shakespeare where it can also be used to qualify digital offers.
However, it is not uncommon to see Apple take advantage of WWDC to announce the release of new devices. In 2019, for example, we were able to discover the Mac Pro and its revisited design, while several MacBooks arrived during the 2017 edition. In addition, several rumors published in recent weeks speak of a very close M2 chip: perhaps it will also be presented in June.
Don’t Buy MacBook Air Now
Of the computers in the running for next month, it’s probably the Macbook Air which seems most conducive to a new version. Its latest version dates back to 2020; it was then the first to ship a proprietary processor. The MacBook Pros, on the other hand, already got two bigger screens in March, so it’s unlikely that a successor will be waiting for them in June.
For the Mac Pro, on the other hand, that’s another story: the tower is therefore seriously starting to date, and what’s more, no model is yet offered with an Apple silicon chip. It is therefore better to avoid buying this product or a MacBook Air today, at the risk of ending up with “late” equipment in a few days.