A handful of leakers had exposed the controversial iPhone 14 release strategy, And this time Apple has announced the next major hardware update.
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Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports that code in the 2nd iOS 15.5 beta version refers to the Next Generation of not yet revealed Macs within his popular Power On newsletter. They’ll arrive faster than you think.

Gurman states that the spoilers found inside the iOS 15.5 software are because the update will be slowly made compatible with the new generation Macs and all compatible iPhones (6S or later). Furthermore, iOS 15.5 is expected to be released within the next few days, suggesting that Apple is convinced there’s no time to lose.

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How do you feel about this new generation of Macs? The primary date to add to your calendar is June 6, and it’s the day that the annually held Apple WWDC (Worldwide Developers’ Conference). At this event, Apple will show the first glimpses of iOS 16, watchOS 9, and macOS 13, and the latter is expected to be showcased on the brand new MacBooks, which are built on Apple’s highly sought-after M2 chipset.

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Gurman personally provided details for the line-up of M2 chips, including his M2-based MacBook Air, entry-level MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini models tipped to reveal M2 Pro’s chipset. The M2 Pro M2 Max and M2 Ultra chips will be offered with a 14-inch MacBook Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac Pro later in the year.

In light of the praises Apple was awarded for the fantastic M1 chipset and the widespread excitement for the M2, it’s easy to understand why Apple wanted to update iPhone support before the release date, even at the risk of leaks of the latest version in the software they developed.


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