Apple is rumored to be dealing with a brand-new 16-inch MacBook Pro. Earlier reports showed that the Cupertino-based company may launch the brand-new MacBook design in October this year. Apple could also upgrade its current lineup of 13-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models around the same time. Nevertheless, Apple won’t be changing its questionable keyboard style anytime this year, according to several reports. More details about the 16-inch MacBook Pro’s kind element and processors have actually also emerged.
After eliminating its entry-level 12-inch MacBook previously this year, it appears that Apple’s upcoming 16-inch MacBook Pro design might replace the existing 15-inch MacBook Pro. Apple may squeeze a 16-inch screen into the current type element of the 15-inch model, according to a report by Digitimes.
A fresh report by Forbes mentions IHS Market’s investor note from this week, suggests that production of the 16-inch MacBook Pro design begin from September this year. This more verifies the October release cycle. The note also sheds some light on the upcoming MacBook Pro design’s screen resolution.
According to the note, Apple’s upcoming 16-inch MacBook Pro design will utilize Intel Coffee Lake-H processors, similar to the existing 15-inch MacBook Pro designs. The business is anticipated to offer up to 8-core configurations with the 16-inch MacBook Pro model at launch.
The report claims that Apple will end the production of its 15-inch MacBook Pro design in November this year, citing sources within the supply chain. The 16-inch MacBook Pro might include a screen with a resolution of 227 pixels per inch (PPI) which resembles the existing 13-inch MacBook Pro.
If this turns out to be true, the upcoming MacBook Pro design could simply be a 16-inch MacBook Pro with little to no bezels, sitting inside the body of a 15-inch MacBook Pro. This makes good sense considering Apple might end up puzzling a great deal of clients with 15-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro setups. Previous reports suggested that Apple may release its 16-inch MacBook Pro model in October this year with a price of $3,000.