Tomorrow, Apple will launch an M2 Mac Mini and a new external monitor.

Apple will launch an M2 Mac Mini: Apple is expected to show off the iPhone SE 3, the new iPad Air, a few Macs, and probably its long-rumoured AR Glass at its “Peek Performance” Spring event tomorrow.

 Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says Apple could also show off an external monitor and launch a new Mac mini model. Let’s look at the small things.

A new Apple product is rumoured to be coming out tomorrow.

A well-known Apple analyst and reporter for Bloomberg, Mark Gurman, said that Apple has finished working on the display “months ago” and is now ready to put it on the market. 

This is what he said in his Power On newsletter. An Apple A13 chip could be inside the alleged external monitor from Apple, making it run faster.

The company has reportedly been working on a 7K Studio display for months. 

It wants to replace the Pro Display XDR, one of the best professional-grade external displays on the market, even though it costs $4,999.

“I also wouldn’t rule out Apple showing off its next-generation external screen.” A friend of mine told me that Apple worked on it for a long time. 

The new product was supposed to come out soon after last year’s MacBook Pro. On January 1, 2019, Apple released its previous in-house monitor. 

It came with the Intel Mac Pro. Another reason for the “peek” spelling is a monitor.

There’s a lot more!

This isn’t the only thing Gurman said. A developer source told him that Apple has been testing multiple Macs with a new chip with an 8-core CPU and a 10-core GPU, similar to the rumoured M2 chipset. 

Another report says that the new Mac mini with this new chip is “ready to go.” There are two possible chipsets for the new Mac mini. 

One is the M2 chip, and the other is the M1 Pro. Another model, like an iMac Pro or a Mac Pro, is also expected to be at the event.

As a result of this, it is said that Apple will launch the next batch of Mac devices in the next few months, which are likely to be May or June. 

This could include a new MacBook Pro and an iMac Pro.

In the last few weeks or so, Apple has been testing this new chip on machines running macOS 12.3 (which should be out in the next few days and run on the new Macs), macOS 12.4 (which should be out soon), and macOS 13, which will be shown off in June at WWDC 2022.

People might not see many Macs at the Spring event tomorrow. However, we can expect at least one Mac model with the new Apple Silicon to be out tomorrow.

But, we can be sure that Apple will show off many new products at its first event this year. 

The event will also be live-streamed, so stay tuned for the most up-to-date news.