In May, a report by Bloomberg suggested Apple was reading the redesigned MacBook Pro as soon as this summer. Today, in his Power On newsletter, Mark Gurman says “to Apple all the attention has dropped,” but the new MacBook Pro is still available sometime this year.
At the time, as reported by Mark Gurman, it was almost a dream come true for MacBook Pro users: an HDMI port beside the SD card slot, and even the MagSafe magnetic technology is expected to return to charging.
The new MacBook Pro is said to have eight high-performance cores and two high-performance cores, available with either 16 or 32 graphics cores. Bloomberg Previous reports:
As for the new MacBook Pro, Apple is planning two different chips. Codenamed Jade C-Chop and Jade C-Die: They both feature eight high-performance cores and two energy-saving cores for a total of 10 cores, but are available in either 16 cores or configurations. 32 graphics cores
High-performance cores begin to perform more complex tasks. While power-efficient cores run at slower speeds for basic needs like web browsing, maintaining battery life. The new chip differs from the M1’s design, which has four high-performance cores. Four energy-saving cores and the eight graphics cores in the current 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Now, Gurman writes in his newsletter: “The next few weeks are set to be product news, but the new MacBook Pros are still expected this year, although MacBook Pros won’t be available in the coming weeks. But a summer release is still possible as the summer runs until mid-September. Read the full review:
“For Apple, all attention is on the downtrend. So in the next few weeks will be a little product news. We are about three months away from the next iPhone and Apple Watch. This is alongside the release of iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and watchOS 8, so stay tuned for more news after a sluggish summer. And let’s not forget about iPads and Macs: Apple has a new entry-level iPad for students, and an improved MacBook Pro and iPad mini that will debut later this year.“
This comes after leaker Dylandkt said last week that Apple expects to launch this new Mac in “late October or early November”.
Back in May, Dylan confirmed other rumors about the new MacBook Pro with a brand new look with smooth edges, slimmer edges and expanded connectivity. This includes an SD card reader, MagSafe, and an HDMI port.
So if you expect to upgrade to the redesigned MacBook Pro You may have to wait a bit longer. Now you can dream of a bigger iPad, which Gurman also says Apple is working on.
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