A few months ago, Apple officially started transitioning its Mac devices from Intel chipsets to its own ARM-based Apple Silicon, starting with the new Apple M1 chip. The process, which started with MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini, will also continue this year.
Reports indicate that the Cupertino-giant is expected to launch two new MacBook Pro devices this year, 14-inch and 16-inch, powered by a new Apple Silicon chipset. Ahead of the launch, some details about that has surfaced online.
As per the new report, the upcoming Apple MacBook Pro with 14-inch and 16-inch screen will feature a Mini-LED backlight display. It is also said that Ruiyi Optoelectronics will be the exclusive supplier of this new Mini-LED panels.
It also claims that Quanta Computer will be responsible for the final assembly of the upcoming MacBook devices. While the launch date is not yet known, the report suggests that the devices will go official in the second half of this year.
There are also reports that indicates that the company is brining back the MagSafe magnetic charging to the MacBook. Also, it seems that Apple is getting rid of the TouchBar and replacing it with the physical function keys.
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