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Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro Comes in September


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Last Updated on 09/02/2022 by TDH Publishing (A)

Apple’s rumoured 16-inch MacBook Pro might be unveiled in September, as noted by Forbes. While Apple’s MacBook Pro, 2018 is definitely an upgrade from its 2017 predecessor, there are still many MacBook users that are getting fed up with Apple’s recent moves and plans. Apple has been releasing MacBook Pros and other devices faster than we can even replenish our bank accounts.

Apple is launching its new MacBook Pro by focusing on streamlining the design. This is why Apple got rid of all the non-Thunderbolt 3 ports, and this MacBook Pro is certainly a case of ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’ However, there are still some old-school Apple users that are being alienated by Apple’s latest design philosophy.

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It is said that the redesigned laptop is said to use an LCD panel from LG display with a resolution of 3072 X 1920, which would be an increase in the current high-end model’s 15.4-inch 2880-by-1800-display. The all-new MacBook Pro will also have a new CPU, that is not quite a surprise for the customers. It is also reported that the new release will contain newer processors along with a revised keyboard design. People are expecting the 16-inch to forge a new, separate tier in Apple’s product line-up, which suggests a price point of around $3000.

The redesigned MacBook Pro form factor was first floated by the TF industries Ming-Chi Kuo in February, which was described as a 16-16.5-inch MacBook Pro featuring an all-new design. Kuo also said that the 13-inch MacBook Pro would receive a spec bump, with an option of 32 GB RAM option.

This would be the same year follow-up to all the processor updates that the 13-inch MacBook Pros received just before WWDC. Meanwhile, there is no word on the 12-inch MacBook, which has yet not seen an update in more than two years.

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James J
James has been writing about tech since 2009 after spending 25 years in a computer research lab studying computers. He watches Netflix, especially sci-fi with his pet lie enjoying chips.
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