On May 6, Apple will launch its WWDC 2022 event to unlock iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, and much more. It has already been speculated that Apple may introduce a new application during the WWDC launch. We have heard that the business is planning to unveil the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac Pro, and a 27-inch display with mini-LED panel in the coming months. As a recent update, Apple will most likely unveil its updated MacBook Air with an M2 processor at the WWDC 2022 event.
Apple to Launch New MacBook Pro With Chip M2 at WWDC 2022 Event, AR Headset Seems Impossible. The news was shared by Mark Gurman in his new Power magazine, suggesting that the refurbished MacBook Air with the M2 chip is one of the possible products that Apple will announce at its WWDC 2022 event. While Apple’s AR headset was also rumored to be on display at the event, Gurman believes it is unlikely even though signs of “realityOS” were seen in Apple’s source code earlier this year.
In terms of new hardware… though Apple’s upcoming mixed-reality headset is fully steam ahead – emphasized by the recent introduction of the device to the home board – I would be wary of expecting a full-blown presentation for developers and client customers. The redesigned MacBook Air model with the M2 chip is one of the products we are really looking forward to this year. While possible, Gurman suggested that Apple had initially decided to launch its new MacBook Air at the WWDC event but the supply chain issues complicated the timeline of the launch.
If any application is in WWDC, it will most likely be on the Mac side. The company is aiming to launch the next MacBook Air with M2 chips at the conference. The recent supply chain crisis due to Covid-related closures in China has complicated that, but developers say Apple users are increasingly using the next-generation MacBook Airs with their devices. That is a sign that the new Mac is near.
Even though the new MacBook Air with an M2 chip sounds surprising, the highlight of the WWDC event will be Apple coming iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and other software updates. It was recently reported that iOS 16 will feature a Always-On feature for iPhone 14 Pro models and “functionality such as social networking in Messages. In case you didn’t know, this is what you should expect from Apple’s WWDC event this year.