A model of MacBook Pro unknown to the battalion got spotted in a Canadian government database, which requires manufacturers to declare their new radio-emitting products. We don’t learn much from the technical sheet of this A2779 model: we know that it is a MacBook Pro and that it supports Wi-Fi 6E, which improves the reliability of connections in saturated environments and offers better speeds over short ranges. The device was registered by Apple last week.
That’s good: there are precisely insistent rumors anticipating a hardware announcement from Apple this Tuesday, January 17 and an update to the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros is actually expected. The developments of this 2023 generation should revolve around the integration of Apple’s new M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, which in addition their progress in terms of performance should offer some small bonuses like this more efficient Wi-Fi.
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