Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2023 will reportedly unveil ‘several Macs’ during the keynote presentation on June 5, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
In a tweet, the Bloomberg reporter said the reveal will be one of three “major focus areas,” the other two being Apple’s first flagship mixed reality headsets and the new OSs.
Gurman also expects the keynote to be “one of Apple’s longest ever” with a runtime exceeding two hours.
Previously, speculations only pointed to a new 15-inch MacBook Air being introduced in the event, with no hint at other product lines getting an upgrade.
Not long after, Gurman shared that the tech giant is testing a “pair of new high-end Macs,” speculated to be a Pro and Air model, that will run on the M2 Max and a new M2 Ultra chip.
The reporter also noted that Apple will start accepting trade-ins of the new Mac Studio and the two new Mac models starting June 5 – what netizens presume to be trade-ins for the Reality Pro, the two new Mac lines, or potentially a new Mac Studio.
“Read into that as you will,” Gurman warned.
WWDC 2023 will take place in Apple Park from June 5 through June 9.