Rumors of the highly-anticipated MacBook Pro have circulated for many months. With WWDC just around the corner, Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives has backed up a report that Apple will debut those redesigned models next week at WWDC.
Now Apple always announces its upcoming major versions to its software platforms at WWDC. Come to think it, it is feasible that Apple will debut hardware at this year’s WWDC as it has done every other year. In 2017, it debuted the iPad Pro, iMac Pro, and HomePod. In 2019, it debuted the much-improved Mac Pro. With no hardware announcements in 2018 and 2020, it seems very likely that we will see the MacBook Pros as soon as next week given the pattern that Apple follows.
We expect the upcoming MacBook Pros to feature the “M1X” SoC (10-core CPU/16 or 32-core GPU), a wide array of ports such as the HDMI and SD card slot, 14″/16″ mini-LED displays, and even more maximum memory/storage.
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