For a while now we have heard rumors that Apple could be redesigning the MacBook Pro. The laptop has pretty much maintained its design for quite a while now and it is due for a refresh, especially with Apple planning on introducing the Apple Silicon chipset to it. The good news is that the redesign could launch this summer.
This is according to a report from Bloomberg who claims that the redesigned MacBook Pro could be launching in the next few months. It is an odd time though because during the summer it is WWDC and the event typically is more software-focused, so we’re not sure where Apple could slot in the announcement, unless they’re making an exception.
The report also claims that the upcoming refresh could be a beast of an upgrade. The new lineup is said to feature a 10-core chipset that uses eight high-performance cores and two high-efficiency cores. It is also said to be available in 16 or 32 graphics core variants, and will also be capable of supporting up to 64GB of RAM.
The report does not mention anything about the display, because a recent report is claiming that Apple’s mini LED MacBooks might actually be postponed to 2022. Needless to say that this report shouldn’t be treated as gospel so only time will tell if this report will pan out.
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