New Mac listings on B&H’s website are said to be outdated and based on unconfirmed reports.
According to an employee at B&H Photo, early listings of the speculated MacBook Air 2022 and other unreleased Mac products spotted on the retailer are unlikely to be trusted.
The 14-inch MacBook Air(opens in new tab) and the new 13-inch MacBook Pro(opens in new tab) have been uncovered on B&H Photo’s site ahead of WWDC 2022, as well as the Mac mini M2 and a mysterious “Mac mini tower” employing an Apple M1 Pro CPU. This is in line with Apple’s practise of opening pre-orders for new products shortly after announcing them at its annual developer conference.
According to Shawn C. Steiner, the B&H senior manager of web creative content, the new Macs will not be arriving today. Steiner claims that they are actually leftover papers from Apple’s March event, and that they are based on the same rumours that the rest of us have heard about the next product.
Those aren’t legitimate SKUs, either. Before the last event and not removed appropriately. There are no facts to back up any of the speculation. In June 2022,
This is bad news for those who were eagerly awaiting Apple’s newest laptop and desktop models. Regardless of whether they arrive at WWDC or another Apple event, the weight of the leaks we’ve had suggests that these devices are on the way.
The 2018 MacBook Air is expected to be a completely redesigned notebook, according to the latest rumours. With the release of the new MacBook Pro comes a new design, one that is less curved and more flat, with a little notch in the display for the webcam. According to rumours, the brains behind the show are an Apple M2 processor, which is said to be the company’s second-generation proprietary silicon. Unlike the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, this one is supposed to prioritise efficiency above raw performance, and it will likely power any other new Macs revealed at WWDC, such as the Mac mini 2022.
The new 13-inch MacBook Pro is included in this. According to reports, the Touch Bar from the current M1 MacBook Pro is reported to be removed from this new entry-level MacBook Pro, which would indicate that the reintroduction of physical function keys is imminent.
However, no information about a Mac mini tower has surfaced to date. According to Steiner, B&H prepared these pages based on leaks earlier in the year, which is consistent with what he indicated regarding B&H preparing these pages.
Of course, the main focus of WWDC is software. Apple’s upcoming iOS 16, iPadOS 16, MacOS 13 and other major software updates, as well as the new features they provide, are the most probable topics to be discussed today.
We’ll be covering all of Apple’s WWDC 2022 announcements live on our blog, so check back later today to see what the company has in store.