The launch of a new line of Macs that follows the transition from the Intel processor to Apple’s new Silicon M1 processors seems imminent. Now it has been reported that Apple is working on new MacBook Pro 14 and 16 inches.
The renewal of the MacBook Pro
Earlier, trusted analyst Ming Chi Kuo mentioned that Apple was working on the renewal MacBook Pros that would include major changes.
So far what we know about the new MacBook Pro is a new design, again bringing more ports and an SD drive. In addition, they would be the following to join the new family computers equipped with the Apple processor.
These changes have meant a blow for its previous manufacturer Intel, they even launched advertisements criticizing the Cupertino company. However, for Apple this meant a release to be able to improve the performance of its computers, enter a new market and also attract new customers through the good reviews
Another report confirms this renewal
A new report from Nikkei Asia relating to iPhone sales, but which also confirmed what Kuo mentioned, the new MacBook Pro laptops for this year.
“Meanwhile, Apple has postponed plans to start mass-producing two new MacBook laptops in the second half of the year, starting from the previous May or June schedule, Nikkei has learned. Both MacBooks will be powered by the Apple Silicon processor as part of a two-year transition away from microprocessors from longtime supplier Intel.
Among the other expected features, there is the impersonation of the TouchBar by physical buttons and again the implementation MagSafe. These new MacBook Pros would join the expected new iMac.