M2-powered Mac mini, Mac mini tower, 14-inch MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro spotted on reseller’s website


  • Four Mac devices have been spotted on Apple’s authorised reseller’s website
  • All four products are listed with M2 processor
  • It’s likely that Apple may announce details about the MacBook Pro at this year’s WWDC

M2 Mac mini, Mac mini tower, 14-inch MacBook Air, and 13-inch MacBook Pro have been spotted on Apple authorised reseller B&H Photo Video’s website. The reseller has put up placeholder product pages ahead of Apple’s WWDC 2022 which begins today. 

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The listings have been spotted by the publication 9to5Mac. However, they are also said to be unreliable indicators since Apple does not share announcement details with third-party partners until after the event is over. 

Apple reseller creates pages for M2-powered Macs ahead of WWDC

The M2 Mac mini will arrive as the successor to the M1 Mac mini that debuted way back in 2020. Meanwhile, the Mac mini tower is expected to be a reference to the new Apple Silicon Mac Pro. The product’s listing on the B&H’s website has the words ‘M1P’ suggesting that it could be powered by an M1 Pro chip. 

Alongside the M2 Mac mini and Mac mini tower, the listings of the 14-inch MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 processor have also surfaced on the reseller’s website. The former is rumoured to feature an updated design similar to the M1 iMac. On the other hand, the Pro model will reportedly ditch the touch bar and is said to offer a faster performance thanks to the M2. 

Apple’s upcoming M2 processor is expected to feature an eight-core CPU (four performance and four efficiency cores respectively) and a more powerful ten-core GPU. The Cupertino-based giant announced at WWDC 2020 that the transition to the company’s in-house processor will be complete within two years. And to date, the Mac Pro is the only device without Apple Silicon. 

Hence it’s quite a possibility that Apple may announce the Mac Pro or at least give a sneak peek at the machine and reveal tech specs at WWDC 2022. The company already acknowledged the Mac Pro’s existence during the Peek Performance event in March this year. 

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Viraj Gawde

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