Apple is working on two new MacBook Pro models that will feature significant design changes, acknowledged Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a note to investors. MacRumors.
According to Kuo, Apple is developing two models in 14- and 16-inch options. The new MacBook Pro models feature a flat bezel design, which Kuo describes as “similar to the iPhone 12” with no curves like the current model. It will be the most significant design update for the MacBook Pro from the past five years.
There won’t be an OLED Touch Bar, with Apple going back to the physical function keys instead.Kuo says the MagSafe charging connector design will be restored, although it’s not clear what that means as Apple has switched to USB. -C refreshed MacBook Pro models will have additional ports, and Kuo says most people may not need to buy a dongle to supplement existing ports on new machines.As of 2016, Apple’s model MacBook Pro has been limited to a USB port. C without other ports
All new MacBook Pro models will have Apple silicon chips and will not include an Intel chip option.
1.Both new models feature 14-inch and 16-inch displays, respectively.
2.In terms of body design, the new model eliminates the upper and lower design of the existing model and uses a flat edge form factor design similar to the iPhone 12o.
3.MagSafe3 charging connector design restored.
4.The OLED touch bar will be removed and the physical function keys will be restored.
5. No Intel CPU options for newer models.
6.There are many types of I / O installations, and most users may not need to purchase additional dongles.
The MacBook Pro models will use the same heat-pipe design used in the current 16-inch MacBook Pro, which Kuo says is significantly better than the current 13-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air because it helps increase processing power. results
Kuo said we can expect to see the new MacBook Pro released in the third quarter of 2021 due to the revamped design and strong replacement demand, Kuo expects all MacBook shipments to increase. Significantly increased 25 to 30 percent year on year to 20 million units.
Kuo also said that high-end iPhones coming in 2021 are likely to use a vapor chamber cooling system, which Apple is “vigorously testing”. The VC cooling system is essential for high-end iPhones because of its power. With stronger processing and faster 5G connection speeds, there are smartphones from companies such as Samsung, Razer and LG that use vapor chamber cooling technology that is used to cool the device when it’s in the air. A state of heavy stress
It’s not clear if the vapor chamber cooling system will meet Apple’s high-end specifications, according to Kuo, but he’s optimistic about the reliability improvement schedule and expects at least high-end models. To be used in the near future