Last week, Apple officially announced that it will hold its fall product event at 1am Beijing time on September 15 (tomorrow night), including the long-awaited debut of iPhone 13 series.
In addition to the iPhone 13, Apple is expected to introduce a Series 7 Watch, AirPods, ipads, and more in the fall, with the most anticipated addition to the phone being a redesigned MacBook Pro.
According to leading institutional analysts, the new MacBook Pro will not be released at the same time as the iPhone 13 series, possibly in an attempt to offset the peak interest in the iPhone 13. There are even reports that Apple may not hold a special event for the iPhone, but instead will be available directly on its website. Apple has introduced new products this way many times in the past two years.
According to previous news, Apple will launch two versions of 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro this time, and this series will also be the first device equipped with M1X chip. Its overall design is the same as M1, and it will be built with TSMC 5nm process, but the specifications have been upgraded. It can support more lightning channels, CPU cores, GPU cores, etc.
In addition, it is rumored that the new MacBook Pro will be upgraded to a Mini LED screen, which has finer light control technology than regular LCDS, providing better quality, including darker blacks, brighter brightness, richer colors and higher contrast, helping the professional color display demand.
The new MacBook Pro will also get a big makeover, starting with a flat, right-angled design similar to the iPhone 12 series and a new MagSafe magnet port for faster charging.