16-inch Apple MacBook Pro will come only in 2020
According to rumors, a “brand new” 16-inch MacBook from Apple this year may or may not appear, according to a new research note by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, obtained by MacRumors, which predicts that the updated notebooks will only appear next year.
Previously, Kuo has denied rumors that Apple is working on an updated MacBook Pro lineup, consisting of larger models with a screen of 16 to 16.5 inch and 13-inch models, which will have higher performance than the current Apple version (including up to 32 GB of RAM). According to the original note, Kuo, these notebooks are scheduled for release later in 2019, but its latest update now involves the issuance of either in 2020 or in 2021.
Kuo initial date in 2019, it seemed early, given that the current design of the Apple MacBook Pro only three years. But the current design has undergone a significant amount of criticism, including the shortcomings of the design of the keyboard (which the Apple, it seems, is still struggling, despite their attempts to fix it last year), as well as problems with the passing of the cables of the display (called “Flexgate”). It is easy to imagine that Apple might have accelerated the new equipment MacBook Pro until their normal upgrade cycles, to resolve these problems.
But it’s not all bad news for Apple fans. Another important prediction Kuo — 31,6 inch 6K-display “mini-led”, designed for professional users, still, obviously, preparing in 2019.
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