Apple officially opened the WWDC21 Developer Conference. The new hardware products such as the new MacBook Pro and AirPods 3 that everyone was looking forward to did not appear, which is regrettable. However, according to the latest news, the new generation of MacBook Pro is not far away.
According to relevant overseas media, some of Apple’s suppliers are currently fully expanding their production capacity to prepare for the launch of MacBook Pro and other products in the second half of the year, which is expected to be officially released in the third quarter.
Rumors say that Apple will launch 14-inch and 16-inch versions of MacBook Pro this time, and this series will also be the first device equipped with the M1X chip.
It is reported that M1X is Apple’s latest generation of self-developed processors. Its overall design is consistent with M1. It will be built using TSMC’s 5nm process, but the specifications have been audited and can support more lightning channels, CPU cores, GPU cores, Support multiple external displays at the same time, but it will also bring higher power consumption.
In addition to upgrading the new self-developed chips, the news also said that the two new MacBook Pros will be upgraded to Mini LED screens. Compared with ordinary LCD screens, the light control technology is more refined and can bring better quality, including darker blacks. , Brighter brightness, richer colors, and higher contrast, help professionals to the demand for color display.
In addition, MacBook Pro will also usher in a huge change in appearance. It will cancel the curve design of the previous MacBook Pro shell and adopt a flat right-angle solution similar to the iPhone 12 series. At the same time, it will also be equipped with a new MagSafe magnetic interface to support faster-Charging speed.
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