The upcoming redesigned iMacs will come equipped with Apple's own silicon, similar to the updated MacBook Pro and Air models that arrived late past year. Apple Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo You think the new MacBook Pro models will feature a similar "flat-edged design".
Opening up the clamshell of the upcoming 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros, one of the first things you might notice is that Apple has dumped the Touch Bar, according to the analysts inside info.
The laptops will lose the Touch Bar with OLED display. A change that would be particularly welcome should be, as That iMac design is doing today "Old fashioned " Contrary to their configuration, ultra modern. Bloomberg says that the revitalized MagSafe for new notebooks will also offer faster charging versus USB-C, in addition to those other benefits. This time it will have squared off sides in both top and bottom halves of the machine. Kuo doesn't supply any additional detail other than saying the technology will be "restored", though Bloomberg sheds some additional light on the rumor: "The connector will be similar to the elongated pill-shape design of the older MagSafe port".
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Part of the possible renewal of the Mac Pro line does not keep many secrets and was expected, however, Apple still seems to prepare some surprises. Apple had big plans for the Touch Bar and envisioned it to be a small, adaptive screen that provides customizable controls and different functions on a per-app basis, but the Touch Bar Looks like he didn't catch With consumers. Gurman confirmed that Apple has tested versions of the MacBook Pro that don't have a Touch Bar. Dongles, which have become a fact of life for most MacBook owners, are still annoying, and having certain features built-in, such as a memory card reader, an ethernet port, or a USB-A connector, would surely be beneficial for most users.
"Apple has already released an updated version of the MacBook Air, the 13" MacBook Pro, and the Mac Mini - all powered by Apple's M1 chip. The display likely wouldn't have the brightness or contrast ratio of the more expensive model, but it would be considerably less expensive.
The newest iMac focused on increased speed, an improved webcam, and also added an option for a matte/nano-texture display coating. Apple says that, when running certain applications, the central processing unit inside the chip can provide twice the performance of an Intel CPU or the same performance using a quarter the electricity.