Apple has released all its track record for 2019, updating products across its entire range, possibly in an effort to offset the declining sales of the struggling iPhone and the last generation. Among these renovations, one of the most popular products has been the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, which has introduced a reliable keyboard and changed the design of the Touch Bar to adapt it to the demands of his staff.
One of the products is that not much revised this past 2019 was the 13-inch MacBook Pro
A recent Twitter leak highlighted by Wccftech media has shared a user photo _ give me (known for filtering among other 16-inch MacBook Pro GPUs) where you can see a comparison of two 13-inch MacBook Pro computers, one from 2019 with the i5 processor and the other coming out in the next 2020 on the i7.
i5-8279U 4C / 8T 2.4GHz base 4.1GHz boost + Iris Plus 655 with 128MB DRAM 28W (2019 13 "MacBook Pro)
i7-1068NG7 4C / 8T 2.3GHz base 4.1GHz boost 28W (2020 13 "MacBook Pro) pic.twitter.com/Ogr4sfGGNa
– _rogame (@_rogame) February 15, 2020
If this were true, it would be an announcement of the arrival of Intel Ice Lake processors with 10nm technology in Apple's range. Despite the good news that this will be engaging, for now we have no evidence of a dedicated GPU installation
These are the first 13 upgraded Mac-Pro displays, but they do show that the update will be worth it. And if the rumors are confirmed we should see this new Copertino fabric in March.