Two new mystery macs appear in the gaming hardware database of steam – could they be 2023 MacBook Pros?
Two New Mystery Macs Appear In the Gaming Hardware Database of Steam
There has been plenty of chatter around the new Macs potentially making a debut in the early parts of 2023, and just recently, yet another clue just popped up which are two mysterious and as yet to be announced apple computers have appeared as entries in the hardware database of steam.
The database logs computers and software that are being used to access games on steam and one very keen user via MacRumors has noticed that amongst all the regular records, we have mentions of a Mac15,4 and Mac 14,6.
Rumors Around A New 14-Inch and 16-Inch MacBook Pros Carrying M2 Pro and M2 Max Chips
And as of this moment, that’s all of the information we have got on these computers, but however, there have been many rumors about a new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook pros carrying M2 Pro and M2 Max chips reportedly making an appearance in late 2022 or in the early parts of 2023.
It’s however worth noting that both of the already identified mac models in the steam database appear with 0% usage meaning that these are not computers that are actually out in the will yet, but rather being tested out in the labs of apple.
Benchmarking Scores For The Mac 14,6 Leaked A Couple Of Days Ago
In the event that you feel like you have heard of that Mac 14,6 moniker before, then you are right as benchmarking scores for that computer leaked a couple of days ago, thus showing just how much of a performance jump to the M2 chip series would be bringing potentially.
And of course, we already know just how impressive the M2 version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro is, so we are really excited to see the 14-inch and the 16-inch models reach parity. But based on the steam database, we are not going to have to be waiting any much longer.