Apple is all geared up to announce the MacBook Air 13 and MacBook Air 15, alongside new iMacs and a redesigned Mac Pro, all powered by a new Apple M3 chip. According to the information, the first product to be launched will be the new MacBook Air 13 and 15 with next-generation Apple Silicon sometime this spring or summer. Both versions will reportedly run on the Apple M3 chip.
The Apple M3 chip will have upgraded performance, mostly at higher power efficiency, increasing its lead over Intel and AMD even further just like its previous generation. The Apple M3 chip will also likely run the upcoming Apple iMac and the iPad Pro, which may switch to an OLED display this year. The iPad, however, may launch later this year moreover, the upcoming Mac Pro is set to get big upgrades. The Apple M2 Ultra is likely to run on 24 CPU cores, 76 GPU cores, and up to 192GB of unified memory, the Mac Pro will be Apple’s most powerful PC to date. Moving on, the 24-inch iMacs will also get major changes to its internals, likely the Apple Silicon chipset, and launch later this year in the second half.