Apple may release a new, improved Macbook Pro with a 10-core M-processor. This is both a 14- and 16-inch model that can come as early as the summer of 2021.
It is the website Bloomberg that has received information about the upgrade to the Macbook Pro series.
The new M-processor is designed and manufactured by Apple. It has ten cores, eight of which are high-performance. The other two cores are energy-efficient cores for lighter work.
For the new processor, there is an option for a new graphics processor. Here you should be able to choose between 16 and 32 cores depending on what level of performance you need (and according to how deep your wallet is).
However, what you can not expect in the next Macbook Pro is the use of mini-led in the screen. According to previous information, that screen technology has been moved to 2022 at the earliest.
However, you get up to 64GB of RAM. Today’s Apple M1-equipped computers can only use up to 16GB, something that has been heavily criticized by professional users. And that’s something that will change with the upcoming processor and Macbook Pro model.
Other details indicate that the chassis has been redesigned so that we finally get back HDMI, SD card reader, and a MagSafe connector.
Whether everything is true or not, yes it remains to be seen. What do you think?