This is a non-stop. If you buy any latest model Apple device today, rest assured that in one year there will be a better one. But also rest assured that it will last you many years, and you will surely change it before Apple stops supporting it.
So if you are showing off to your brother-in-law because you have a MacBook Pro with M1 and he doesn’t, watch out because your brother-in-law may buy the next one in October MacBook Pro with mini-LEDs and M2, and you will have to put up with him. This is life…
As we anticipated yesterday, Digitimes just released a report explaining that Apple is seeking new component suppliers for mass production of the highly anticipated MacBook Pro 2021 lineup. The report says that the new ones 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro They are scheduled to launch at the end of the third quarter of 2021, probably in September.
Laptops will have panels mini-LEDsimilar to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro from 2021. While traditional LCD panels use a single backlight, mini-LED displays feature thousands of independent dimming zones that allow for super-high peak brightness while offering levels similar to OLED displays.
Apple’s upcoming MacBook Pros are expected to be new in almost every way. They will feature the next generation of Apple Silicon processors. The M1 excelled in performance and the next chip (tentatively named M1X or M2) will also be aimed at leading the market for heavy duty PCs.
The next MacBook Pro is rumored to feature a CPU design of ten cores and up to 32 GPU cores. It will be configurable with up to 64 GB of RAM. It is also expected to support more than one external display and a maximum of two Thunderbolt 3 ports. We will continue to report.