Typically speaking, Apple isn't the highest payout when it comes to offering trade-in values. But, they aren't the worst, either. And of course, trade-in values will continue to vary on a semi-regular basis, just as we're seeing recently.
A high-end Mac mini, along with Apple silicon updates to the discontinued iMac Pro and the current Mac Pro, should drop in 2023, not in 2022 as previously thought.
Apple has its tried and true products, like the iPhone, iPad, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro. But there's still room for the company to expand a bit. Even if it is just a bridge between two existing product lines.
Apple has a lofty goal of transitioning its entire computer lineup to an Apple-made processor in the future. It is a timeline that has officially kicked off with several different machines, including the MacBook Air, the all-new MacBook Pro, and the redesigned 24-inch iMac, among others. But apparently Apple's not quite done with Intel just yet.
Five new Apple silicon Mac computers are reportedly scheduled to land in 2022, including an entirely new baseline model of the MacBook Pro with Apple's next-generation M2 chip.
Apple's ecosystem isn't just about one device. It's about finding the right way to work across all the different Apple-branded products on your desk. And with two new features coming soon to macOS 12 Monterey (and, technically, iPadOS 15), it's getting a bit easier.
Earlier today, Apple officially unveiled the next major software updates for its platforms at this year's WWDC. It shouldn't surprise anyone that a large range of Apple's devices support updating to the upcoming updates. So you can find a list below of the supported devices that will be updated later this year.
The next Mac Pro update planned for 2022 will use next-generation Apple silicon providing up to 128 GPU cores fast enough to replace AMD parts used in the current Intel-based models.
Rumor has it that Apple is going to launch a redesigned iMac at some point this year. And now a new rumor says one of the changes will be a more colorful lineup for the desktop computer.
Apple's chief executive gave former US President Donald Trump a 2019 Mac Pro as a gift, Trump's executive disclosure shows. The unit was assembled in the United States, but the gift came without a set of optional wheels and Apple's Pro Display XDR, sold separately.
2020 was a busy year for Apple, as is par for the course. So, of course, 2021 will probably be just as busy. And that means even more Apple Silicon Macs, too. And plenty of redesigns.
Desktop Apple silicon chips with higher power budgets are being readied for the upcoming higher-end MacBook Pro notebooks, all-in-one iMac desktops and the Mac Pro workstation.