Apple will soon unveil the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros

Jakarta: Apple might not wait long to unveil its first product in 2023. Some claim that Apple will hold a product announcement on January 17, 2023.

According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the devices announced by Apple are the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro M2 models he reported on last fall. At that time, Gurman said this system would sport a similar design to the variant with support for the M1 chipset that was released in late 2021.

To quote EngadgetThe 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro M2s will center around the M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets, which will have 12 CPU cores and 38 GPU cores in the Max version of the chipset. In other words, this device is also said not to come with a touchscreen or other major revisions.

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However, the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro M2s are expected to be the first Mac devices with WiFi 6E. Twitter user Wade Penner found an unreleased MacBook Pro in a Canadian wireless database that supports the new WiFI standard, the 6Hz band.

As long as they have a compatible router, users can enjoy maximum speeds, lower latency, and less congestion on busy LANs. For information, the Apple iPad Pro M2 supports WiFi 6E.

Unfortunately, no information is available regarding other products that will be introduced at the same time. Previously, Apple will soon end the operational period of iTunes from the latest platform i.e. Windows.

Microsoft has announced that it will add preview versions of three new Apple apps, namely Apple Music, Apple TV and Apple Devices. These additions are part of the Windows 11 Insider Preview build.

Apple Music will serve Windows users’ on-premises music libraries, as well as access to the paid Apple Music service. Meanwhile, the number of iPhone 14 Pro users continues to rise, reporting strange issues on the device screen while turning on or unlocking the cellphone screen.

A yellow green line appears on the screen then disappears on startup. However, these issues do not spoil the overall user experience. Now, Apple is aware of the problem and promises to release a software update soon to fix it.


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