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Apple is introducing several new Macs at WWDC

Apple's annual developer conference WWDC starts on June 5th. According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, there will be three main themes.
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Apple’s annual developer conference WWDC starts on June 5th. According to Mark Gurman, Bloomberg’s chief correspondent for all Apple issues, there will be three main themes. Several new Macs are number one, and the focus will also be on the company’s new AR/VR headset and the company’s new operating system versions for smartphones, tablets, computers and smartwatches. “Several new Macs” can actually only mean one thing: Apple will not only be presenting the new 15-inch MacBook Air with the M2 chipset.

Gurman himself had already predicted that Macs and MacBooks with the new M3 platform would be introduced later this year. The new Macbook Air will have an M2 chip. The new Mac Pro, on the other hand, should get an M2 Ultra chip for “ultimate CPU performance”. A new all-in-one desktop iMac, on the other hand, is unlikely. Instead, Apple could introduce a new Mac Studio with M2 processor.

Thanks to ChatGPT and Google Bard, one of the biggest topics of the last few months has been artificial intelligence. It is obvious that Apple also wants to be present here and is working on its own solution. Apple already has the corresponding assistant with Siri, it just needs to be a little more intelligent. You can see the latest news about this in the tweet above – the current biggest plan is said to be simply removing the “Hey” from “Hey Siri”.

However, the topic of AI is far too important for Apple to take any chances here. The WWDC keynote will begin at 10:00 a.m. Pacific/1:00 p.m. Eastern time (that’s 5:00 p.m. UTC) on Monday and will certainly also be live streamed. Then at the latest we will find out what exactly Apple is planning in terms of new hardware, software, apps and AI.

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