Citing "a person with knowledge of the plans", the Bloomberg story claims that Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro will get a 14-inch successor, just as the 15-inch MacBook Pro became a 16-inch model when the screen bezel was reduced to allow more screen real estate in a similarly sized chassis. Apple reportedly plans to release two versions of the Mac Pro, with one iteration featuring a new Intel CPU and the other being half the size and including Apple's own silicon. It will feature an aluminum exterior and could "invoke nostalgia for the Power Mac G4 Cube", Bloomberg said.
Besides the additional ports, the new devices are expected to work Return MagSafe to your Mac lineup. A change that would be particularly welcome should be, as That iMac design is doing today "Old fashioned " Contrary to their configuration, ultra modern. Apple moved to USB Type-C five years ago for charging and data transfer purposes, and that has worked flawlessly.
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Also, Americans Madison Keys and Tennys Sandgren returned positive tests, but Sandgren was given permission to fly. The Australian Open has already been delayed three weeks because restrictions in place for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Newer Apple computers may also be equipped with "made in Apple" next-generation processors.
Apple is also bringing back its MagSafe charging connector after ditching it when it introduced USB-C to MacBook's. Given that Kuo believes the new MacBook Pro models won't be released until the third quarter of 2021 we could have a long wait ahead of us. Mini LED The technology will enable a thinner and lighter design, while offering many OLED-like benefits such as improved wide color gamut, high contrast, dynamic range and more realistic blacks. One of the upcoming Mac Pro updates will continue to use the same design as the 2019 model, jokingly immortalized as "cheese grater" in the world of consumer technology.
"Apple updated the 27" version of the iMac past year by packing newer 10th Gen Intel processors and newer graphic cards.