According to nextspaceflight.com the last Starlink flight of 2022 (possibly delaying into Jan 2023) is group 5-1 and is flying some kind of Starlink 2.0 payloads.
It was understood that Starlink 2.0's size precluded it from flying on a Falcon 9. It is designed to launch in Starship, two side by side, being about 7 meters long and 3 meters wide. The mass is also heaver at 1200 kg.
But with the delays in Starship flying orbital, it seems they are at least going to try some pathfinder missions (like Tintin 1 and 2 that were the first Starlinks launched, which looked nothing like the production Starlink).
How will they fit these much larger and heavier satellites in a Falcon 9 fairing and mass budget?