Apple may unveil its new line of Macs by the end of October, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman wrote in his Power On newsletter on Sunday.
According to the tech journalist, the announcement for the 24-inch iMac model will either be on the 30th or 31st, as the company gears for another "Mac-centered product launch."
Additionally, the shortage of iMacs, 13-inch Macbook Pros, and high-end MacBook Pros in Apple retail stores heightened this suspicion, signifying that the models are bound to be replaced by their successors.
Last week, Gurman also shared his predictions that Apple's new line of M3 MacBooks, including the M3 Pro, M3 Max 14 and 16-inch Macbook Pros, and the Mac Mini, are set to release in early 2024.
"More often than not, the company debuts new laptops and iPads in October — about a month after the latest iPhone and watch get out the door," he shared.
New Apple HomePod Images Leak on X
Over the weekend, images surrounding prototypes of Apple's next-generation HomePod leaked on X (formerly Twitter).
An Engineering build HomePod frameshell with a completely different glass on top- it’s set for touchscreen, with black bezel— Kosutami (@KosutamiSan) October 21, 2023
The design of shell is similar to HomePod 2nd gen's, not the 1st gen—it stands might decided add 🖥️ for 2's but not at last, OR it’s next generation pic.twitter.com/W5zRIVGPiK
Based on the rumors, the refreshed device codenamed "B720" might incorporate a new screen, but Apple has yet to decide whether it will hold a launch for the HomePod.
As far as predictions go, this is the second time this year a display for the HomePod was predicted.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo earlier hinted that the HomePod would have the alleged screen feature and that the product would drop in 2024.
Edited by Nikola Djuric