Apple has started production of the next model of the MacBook Pro, which is expected to be announced in the coming months. The company’s expectation is that a monthly volume of somewhere between 600,000 and 800,000 units of notebooks will be delivered between August and November 2021, ensuring an initial stock of the device. The information is from the website DigiTimes.
The latest speculation indicates that the MacBook Pro will feature Apple’s second-generation in-house processor, which should be dubbed the M1X. In addition, the model should have improvements in CPU and GPU, this one with 16 cores. A brief mention of this model was identified on the company’s YouTube channel a few weeks ago.
The 2021 MacBook Pro is expected to be released in 14″ and 16″ versions and debut a new design feature: the miniLED screen, a technology that ensures a better level of contrast and reduces the risk of problems such as burn-in.
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Apart from the MacBook Pro, Apple will soon also update the Mac Mini to a new generation with M1X processor. In this case, the model must also have a magnetic charger.
The announcement of these devices is expected to take place at the company’s next major conference — possibly in September, when Apple is also expected to unveil the new generation of the iPhone.
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