Apple To Start Accepting New Mac Trade-Ins As Updated Models Loom Large

Apple is expected to announce new Macs at the WWDC23 event on June 5 and now a new report suggests that it is going to start accepting new trade-ins of some other models on the same day.

According to a tweet by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple will begin to accept trade-ins for the Mac Studio, 13-inch M2 MacBook Air, and 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro on June 5.

Gurman believes that the new addition to the trade-in options suggests that Apple is getting ready to announce a new product or two during the event that is also expected to see the new iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch software announced.

There have long been rumors that Apple will announce a 15-inch MacBook Air during the event, which people might want to upgrade their existing 13-inch model to. That could explain why the M2 13-inch MacBook Air will be offered as a trade-in option.

Beyond the 15-inch MacBook Air it isn’t clear what other Mac hardware could be announced, but we’re expecting the Reality Pro headset to debut at the event.

That headset isn’t expected to be made available during the event however, with developers likely to be given a few months in order to work on their apps ahead of a release to the public later this year. It’s possible the headset will go on sale around the same time that the iPhone 15 lineup will arrive in September.

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