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New MacBooks set for launch during June's WWDC

Aside from the rumored headset, Apple could be planning more hardware launches during WWDC, with a collection of new MacBook models set to make an appearance.

While WWDC is supposed to be software and developer centric, it has often been the venue for Apple to introduce some new hardware. For 2023, it seems that the list of launches at the event can include some MacBook models.

According to Sunday's "Power On" newsletter for Bloomberg, Mark Gurman offers that some new MacBook models will appear at the event. However, he stops short of stating what specific models are on the way.

Gurman does state that there is a wide array of Macs on the way, including a 15-inch MacBook Air, an updated 13-inch MacBook Air, a new entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, an updated 24-inch iMac, updated high-end MacBook Pro models, and the first Mac Pro sporting Apple Silicon. Two Mac Studio follow-ups are also apparently planned.

All models are said to be launching either in 2023 or in early 2024, with the exception of the Mac Studio updates, which have "less clear" timing.

"At least some" notebook models will launch at WWDC, Gurman believes. However, there's a "big caveat" in that they probably won't use M3 chips, and instead will remain in the M2 generation.

New MacBooks did appear in apparent test logs, including a 15-inch MacBook Air, which may be an indicator of which models could appear at WWDC.