Apple has added a new listing to the Bluetooth Launch Studio database, a move that could foreshadow the arrival of new Macs.
The database doesn’t specify what the product is, but it does say it uses the latest Bluetooth 5.3 standard.
There are also references to other macOS-related listings that would add credence to the belief that this is a Mac product rather than something else entirely.
The news comes as Apple is rumored to have at least one new Mac ready for an announcement in the next few weeks. A 15-inch MacBook Air is widely rumored right now, as is an updated Mac Pro. The announcement could be made via press release rather than a full-on Apple event, although the Mac Pro could wait for WWDC in June.
The 15-inch MacBook Air is probably the most attractive to most people and will be the largest MacBook Air to date. The Mac Pro is expected to use a new M2 Ultra chip but will have the same case as the current Intel model.
What Bluetooth 5.3 has to offer, according to the report, is all about reliability and efficiency.
Bluetooth 5.3 offers benefits such as improved reliability and energy efficiency, according to Bluetooth SIG, the organization behind the standard. Apple has added Bluetooth 5.3 to several recent products, including the iPhone 14 series, the latest Apple Watch models, the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro and Mac Mini, and more.
While the 13-inch MacBook Air and 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros have already been refreshed, the 15-inch MacBook Air and Mac Pro are the most likely products here, with Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman previously suggesting that the 24-inch iMac won’t get a refresh until late 2023. .
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