Apple sending two products to reviewers get to know what it can be 

According to a tipster named Sami Fathi, Apple is sending two products to reviewers. This means sooner or later we are to see the two new products by Apple. He wrote, ” something crucial to know about the Apple announcements tomorrow: there are two products being shipped to reviewers, two products, not one”.

Though he did not mention the name of the product, when a user asked him about it he wrote, “I think it’s both the MacBook Pro and Mac mini, I don’t see Apple shipping both the 14-inch and 16-inch to reviewers”.

So it won’t be wrong to say that we are soon to witness the features of MacBook Pro and Mac mini by reviewers. MacBook Pro may come with a blazing fast M2 Pro or M2 Max chip, the first Apple silicon designed. And the stunning Retina XDR display gives you an awesome experience.

You might be wondering how we came to know about this info that the two macs may support the M2 chip.

Well according to a user on twitter who posted the information that New Apple MacBook Pro model A2779 seen in Industry Canada Radio Equipment List database. Approved on January 11, 2023. Likely the new M2 Max or M2 Pro. The device will support WiFi 6E / 6GHz band.

He further shared the listing in the picture which gives a fair amount of Idea that Apple is definitely coming up with something big tomorrow.



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