If you buy a new device from Apple, you can lower the price by trading in the old device. The corresponding program is called "Trade In" and can be used for the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Mac and other products. Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman, who is well connected in the Apple world, now says that starting June 5, 2023, relatively new Mac models will be accepted for trade in. One should interpret it however one wants, he writes in one Tweet. For him, this is an indication that Apple in the context of the WWDC23 Keynote introduces new computers.
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M2 MacBook Pro, M2 MacBook Air and Mac Studio soon eligible for Trade In?
With the start of the World Wide Developers Conference 2023, not only new versions of various Apple operating systems are to be presented. New hardware will also be announced during the inaugural Keynote which are presented to the public - above all, of course, the mixed reality headset for AR and VR, which has been discussed for a long time. Furthermore, there have been rumors for months that a MacBook Air with a 15-inch display could be presented. The new information from Mark Gurman suggests that a MacBook Pro and a new Mac Studio could also be introduced. When purchasing, the previous models from 2022 could then be paid in advance.
The two MacBooks are the featured during the WWDC22 keynote Basic models of the Pro and Air series with M2 chip. They both offer a 13-inch display and go with the Pro models presented in January 2023 M2 Pro and M2 Max in advance. Furthermore, from Monday the MacStudio be accepted for the "Trade In" program. This was during Peek Performance events presented in March 2022. He can choose to use one Max M1 or M1 Ultra equipped. So the new Apple computers expected for Monday could introduce new generations of M chips: M3 and M2 Ultra. That would be mine theory put forward in March conform to Apple's M-chip circuit.
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.