Bloomberg: Apple might only show two of its three Apple silicon MacBooks at next week's event
What you need to know
- Apple will hold a special event next week.
- Bloomberg reports that there will be new Apple silicon Macs announced.
- Of the three in development only two might be announced, however.
Apple is holding a special event next week and Bloomberg reported yesterday that the company is working on three new Apple silicon Macs. But in an update to that article, it now seems that there's a chance just two will see the light of day next week.
Apple is said to have 13-inch MacBook Pro, 13-inch MacBook Air, and 16-inch MacBook Pro devices in the works, with all packing Apple silicon inside. But it seems that the two 13-inch machines are closer to being ready than the larger one, according to Bloomberg.
This would also match what Twitter leaker @L0vetodream said yesterday, suggesting that two 13-inch notebooks are coming.
Either way, we're only going to have to wait for a week before we find out.
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