In the meantime, we’ll have to make do with leaks – such as the screen resolutions uncovered in last year’s beta version of macOS Monterey – until Apple officially announces new models of its 14-inch MacBook Pro and 16-inch MacBook Pro, which will be available in late 2021, respectively.
In other words, the enigma continues to unfold.
The fact that these baffling postings could be related to Apple’s reportedly future 14-inch and 16-inch laptops, which are believed to have a fresh new M1X CPU, does not necessitate the presence of Sherlock Holmes.
The specifications are interesting.
A native screen resolution of 3072 x 1920 pixels is available on the current 16-inch MacBook Pro, but a native screen resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels is available on the smaller 13-inch MacBook Pro (which will be replaced by a 14-inch model in the near future). If these concealed specifications prove to be correct, the pixel density of next year’s devices will be higher.
We’ve also heard a lot of other speculations concerning these laptops, including the possibility that the Touch Bar will be phased out in the near future.
We will, of course, tell you as soon as a decision is made in this regard. Various sources have stated that the film will be released in October, and we will certainly inform you if this is the case.
Prepare for Apple’s second major hardware release of the year, which is expected to arrive in late 2021.
It has been widely speculated for some weeks that Apple will have two major events in September and October, one to display new mobile devices and another to showcase new MacBook Pro computers.
If those forecasts are true, we’ll be halfway through the year. The iPhone 13, the Apple Watch 7, the iPad mini 6, and a revamped entry-level 10.2-inch iPad were all introduced last week, to mention a few devices. Aside from the conventional Apple laptop computers, there isn’t much else that needs to be updated in this market.
Initially, it was expected that Apple would save the iPads for its second event in 2021; however, it appears that the company believed it was vital to include them at the first event. When the next event takes place, there will be more space on the stage for Macs.
Although there have been no signs that the new MacBook Pros would use breakthrough tiny-LED panels, it is possible that this is the reason for the increase in screen resolutions.