Apple is reportedly working on new MacBook Pro models for release later this year. The new models will be equipped with Apple Silicon, as with the previously released MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini and iMac. Thus, Apple continues the process of migrating all its devices from Intel chips to Apple Silicon. The new MacBook Pro models are expected to launch in September. It is also reported that the new models may come with two screen options. In addition, the new models will have mini LED display panels.
Apple will launch new MacBook Pro models in September this year, according to the news in DigiTimes. Shipment of the new models will begin in October. The new MacBook Pro models are expected to come in 14-inch and 16-inch screen sizes. In addition, the screens will also have mini LED technology, as we mentioned.
According to past reports, it is said that the new MacBook Pro models will have a flat-edged design and will not include the Touch Bar on the keyboard. The laptop may also come with the new Apple M1X processor, which is expected to vastly surpass the performance and capabilities of current M1 chips. Also, images leaked by MacRumors revealed that the new models will feature a redesigned chassis, magnetic MagSafe charger, and more ports for connecting external drives and devices. Apple is also bringing back the HDMI port and SD card slot that it replaced in past versions.
The next-generation MacBook Pro models were largely expected to be released at WWDC 2021. However, this expectation did not materialize. On top of that, according to the news in Bloomberg, Mark Gurman stated that the new MacBook Pro models will be released in the summer. However, the new report claims that the laptops may arrive with the iPhone 13 series in September.