Apple is expected to announce updates to the 14” and 16” M1 Max and M1 Pro MacBook Pros featuring the more powerful M2 silicon chip any day now. Prices of last year’s models are at their lowest ever, with discounts ranging from $200-$700 depending on the configuration. Supposedly, the new M2 Max and M2 Pro laptops will take a back seat to Apple’s launch of the redesigned Mac Pro.
The newly released iPad Pro boasts an M2 chip with faster CPU and GPU performance, Wi-Fi 6E, ProRes video recording and other updates. Apple teased us with a peek at the upcoming DaVinci Resolve app for iPad, something filmmakers have been clamoring for for what seems like ages. The editing software from Blackmagic Design will doubtless have reduced functionality compared to the app that runs on macOS.
And according to Ross Young, we should expect to see 11” and 12.9” iPad Pros incorporating two-stack tandem structure OLED displays with increased brightness, power efficiency and longevity sometime in early 2024.