MacBook Pro might ditch the Touch Bar and bring back MagSafe

MacBook Pro might ditch the Touch Bar and bring back MagSafe

Plans a company Apple has a major redesign of the MacBook Pro for the third quarter of 2021, according to For a note Research by analyst (Ming-Chi Kuo) Ming-chi Kuo from TF International Securities

Kuo calls it the first major redesign of the MacBook Pro since the introduction of the current generation in 2016.Mark Gurman at Bloomberg Report Supports many of the same details.

And it is said: The new MacBook Pro comes with a flat-edged design, like the iPad Pro and iPhone 12.

The current laptop has sharp edges, but it looks like the top and bottom panels will be flatter than before as well.

The new model reportedly comes in 14-inch and 16-inch sizes, and both feature Apple-designed Arm processors, without Intel options.

Kuo says: The laptops use a heat pipe system similar to the current MacBook Pro, measuring 16 inches, which is much better than the system used in the current MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, which measures 13 inches because it allows for increased computing power.

And Bloomberg reported that the new models have brighter screens and higher contrast. Perhaps most importantly, Kuo believes that the new laptops may undo some of the controversial changes that Apple has made with the current generation.

It is said: The The touch bar is OLED It has been completely replaced by physical function keys, and Kuo also says there will be a wider range of ports to reduce the need for dongles, although he has not been identified.

Apple’s MacBook Pro models have limited USB-C ports, with no other ports available since 2016.

It also looks like the MagSafe Magnetic Charging Connector may make a comeback, but it’s not clear if it includes anything in common with the new MagSafe accessory system for the iPhone 12.

The new 13-inch MacBook Pro with the Apple M1 processor was launched in November, but this model had hardware almost identical to the current Intel version.

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