Apple is supposedly on track to release its new MacBook Pro this fall

Apple is supposedly on track to release its new MacBook Pro this fall

Apple has effectively updated the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch for the holiday season, yet we’re actually looking out for an update to the Mac lineup. There have been a lot of bits of gossip about a completely updated MacBook Pro coming out this fall, and the reliable Mark Gurman at Bloomberg detailed in his Power On newsletter that a M1X-powered MacBook Pro will show up “in the next month.” Apple has commonly held Mac-focused events in October or early November; the first M1-based Macs were reported toward the beginning of November of the year before.

As indicated by 9to5Mac, Gurman predicts that there will be two M1X variants, both 10-core processors with eight high-performance cores and two proficiency cores. The difference between the two chips are in the graphics department — Apple might be offering a M1X with one or the other 16 or 32 graphics cores. Concerning Apple’s different Macs, Gurman says that the organization is working on a high-performance chip for a future Mac Pro, and a M2 for the MacBook Air, iMac and lower-end MacBook Pro models.

Tales have twirled the entire year about Apple’s next MacBook Pro revision; the first 13-inch M1 model that was released the previous fall was basically indistinguishable from the one it supplanted, beside the Apple Silicon inside. What’s more, Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro hasn’t been updated since it was released in late 2019, so the entire lineup is expected for a refresh.

Potential changes incorporate new 14-and 16-inch models with a redesigned case that will bring back more ports like HDMI and an SD card slot. It may likewise bring back a MagSafe-style power charging port, and Apple is relied upon to drop the Touch Bar, which was first presented with the 2016 MacBook Pro update.

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