Rumors regarding the new Apple MacBook Air and Mac Pro have been swirling around for quite a while now. According to what past rumors suggest, the Cupertino giant plans to release new Macs with an M2 processor and a large 15-inch screen. But we did not know what the surprising feature might have been for these new devices.
Well, Apple recently filed a new listing in the Bluetooth Launch Studio database. And this is considered to be a move that sometimes foreshadows the launch of brand-new products. The filing did not mention any specific products. But it does say that the device comes with the latest Bluetooth 5.3 standard.
All That We Know About the Upcoming Apple MacBook Air and Mac Pro
Rumors regarding Apple have been suggesting that the new versions of the MacBook Air and Mac Pro will arrive sometime in the first half of 2023. While the new devices might have the same design as the 2019 models, they will indeed come with upgraded internals.
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Alongside that, we expect Apple to pack the new MacBook Air and Mac Pro with macOS 13.3. But the most important thing about the upcoming products is that they are likely to come with Bluetooth 5.3. Want to know why this is a big deal?
Well, Bluetooth 5.3 offers significant improvements in power efficiency and reliability. At least, that is what Bluetooth SIG has to say about the new standard. And it is not like it will be the first time Apple has integrated Bluetooth 5.3 into its devices. The iPhone 14 series and the latest Apple Watch modes come with it.
Besides, the new machine is also likely to come with WiFi-6E, which is already available in the Mac M2 Mini and MacBook Pros. Lastly, even if Apple does not announce the new devices in the spring event, they are expected to drop quietly via a press release.