Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has hinted at the possibility of some Mac trade-ins, including a new Mac Studio model, which could be released at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference.
Speculation about what’s to be expected at WWDC has been widespread, and it seems almost certain that visitors can look forward to Apple's first-ever mixed reality headset at the event.
Following tech reporter Gurman’s tweet about Mac trade-ins scheduled for June 5, the same day as WWDC, audiences are speculating that new versions of the Mac Studio, M2 MacBook Air, and M2 MacBook Pro will be revealed at the conference.
Apple will start accepting trade-ins of the Mac Studio, 13-inch M2 MacBook Air and 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro on June 5th, the same day as WWDC. Read into that as you will. I’m expecting new Macs at WWDC. https://t.co/Y7SL6sOA4o— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) May 27, 2023
“Read into that as you will. I’m expecting new Macs at WWDC,” he concludes.
There is currently no definite confirmation on the trade-in details. Considering the estimated $3,000 price of the Apple headset, the trade-in could possibly be regarding the tech company’s new product and the first of its kind by Apple.
This year’s Worldwide Developers Conference begins in less than a week, and Apple fans will find out what’s to come soon enough.