Rumors have been floating about two new MacBook Pro models that were allegedly developed with a more powerful M1X (or M2) CPU for several months now. Although we saw nothing at WWDC 2021 on June 7th, recent information reveals that we probably don't have to wait for much more for Apple to look at what it has been working on.
LeaksApplePro forecasts that weeks 31 might be at least one of our new MacBook Pro models, but no reference was made to what model may be the first one of the two.
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Both 14-inch MacBook Pro and 16-inch MacBook Pro models should sport a tiny LED display, similar to that on the new M1 treatment earlier in the year, iPad Pro 12.9-inch 2021. It has previously been rumored that the core components for the display will not be displayed in Apple facilities until Q3 2021, hence one of the two new versions was not expected until 2022.
Leaks ApplePro also notes that due to continuous production delays for important components such as these mini-LED displays and global silicone deficit, the dates mentioned may have changed. However, WCCFTech reports that they did not have the most accurate track record in terms of information leaking, so take that pinch of salt.
These new MacBook Pro devices are not only excited by their replacement but both new models are expected to have much-needed redesign to untie the Touch Bar and restore previous functions such as MagSafe, an integrated SD cards reader, and even a full-sized HDMI. There is also a lot of excitement.
The MacBook Air 2021 is the best laptop you can purchase right now since it's really amazing and fairly reasonable. However, creative or professional professionals in demanding sectors require something with a little more "oomph." We have enjoyed the original M1 chip.
We don't know a great deal about M1X, but it is indicated that the RTX 3070 Laptop has adequate power to get the money from the RTX 3070. Intrigued us with color.
Since you can not verify the leaked date (and the likelihood of it changing), don't have too much confidence in August buying a new MacBook Pro. We remain hopeful, but we can only comfort Apple's existing confidence in the release window, even though the supply chain is not so well known, till an official announcement is made.