New reports indicate that two new MacBooks will enter mass production this year.
Apple is planning to launch two new MacBook laptops this year, a 14-inch and 16-inch silicon powered MacBook Pros in the second half of 2021.
According to Nikkei Asia and analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Both laptops are slated for mass production during the second half of this year.
In the outlet’s report, Apple is pushing for mass production for the upcoming MacBooks during May or June until the second half of this year (probably July). The report mentions the MacBooks as ”notebooks”.
Meanwhile, Apple has rescheduled plans to begin mass-producing two new MacBook laptops in the second half of the year, from the previous schedule of May or June, Nikkei has learned. The two MacBooks will be powered by the Apple Silicon processor as part of a two-year transition away from longtime supplier Intel’s microprocessors.
Apple analyst Kuo with some accurate reports from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman are expecting Apple to upgrade the MacBook Pro & Air lineup with newly designed 14-inch and 16-inch versions, an HDMI port, no Touch Bar, and the return of MagSafe charging, all powered by Apple Silicon.
Alongside this, more updates to the iPhone are pending, but news should surface soon as more production schedules are leaked ahead of the potential events in the first quarter of 2021.