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New MacBook Pro models with M2 Pro, M2 Max chips are delayed until 2023

According to the latest rumors, the delay of updated MacBook Pro models until 2023 is caused by unintended consequences. While we have several reasons why Apple might not continue the release this year, it was previously reported that the new models will arrive in November.

It’s possible that Apple’s sole semiconductor manufacturing partner, TSMC, has run into difficulties ramping up production to 3nm

A machine translation of the Korean blog Naver from the yeux1122 account says the following regarding the latest rumours.

“Related Sourcing of Suppliers.

Contrary to rumors that it should be released at the end of November this year, the latest source says that it will be released this year.

The release of the new 14-inch and 16-inch Apple M2 MacBook Pro models has been delayed without release.

For example, the schedules of related parts and supply chains begin to move based on the beginning of the next year.

Therefore, it is expected that it will not come to the market at the end of November, but in March next year.”

The person did not specify the reason why the release of the new MacBook Pro models was delayed, but we can have a guess and it may have something to do with Apple’s main chip supplier, TSMC. It was previously reported that the Taiwanese giant received a large order from Apple to mass-produce the M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets for future portable Macs. In addition, TSMC was said to have proposed an M2 Ultra, likely for the updated Mac Studio, and an M2 Extreme for the Mac Pro.

Although the following information is not confirmed, we believe that TSMC is facing difficulties in ramping up production of 3nm chips to the point where orders will not be fulfilled until next year. There may be other factors, but at the moment this is what we believe is the main reason for this delay. The latest rumors also confirm why Apple’s CFO Luca Maestri said during Apple’s latest earnings call that the Mac lineup will have lower income growth.

If you want to know more about M2 Pro and M2 Max, be sure to read our detailed collection of rumours and also share your thoughts in the comments.

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