Apple may reportedly be launching new 14-inch and 16-inch MacE book Pro laptops, all powered by its new in-house M1 chip, in 2021. According to a report, the Cupertino firm is also launching a 24-inch iMac in addition to a smaller Mac Pro workstation in the approaching 12 months. Unveiling the M1 SoC on the ‘One More Thing’ occasion on November 10, Apple launched refreshed variations of MacE book Air, MacE book Pro 13-inch, and Mac mini powered by its new silicon.
According to a report by IT Home, Apple may launch two MacE book Pro laptops powered by its new M1 chip. The new lineup is predicted to comprise a brand new 14-inch MacE book Pro and a refreshed 16-inch MacE book Pro. Presently, the 16-inch MacE book Pro is listed on Apple Store with Intel processors. The 13-inch MacE book Pro, however, is listed with each M1 chip and Intel processor choices. The new M1-powered entry-level MacE book Pro was introduced alongside Apple silicon-based MacE book Air and Mac mini. The report additionally means that the purported 14-inch and 16-inch MacE book Pro may include Mini-LED show. The two laptops are anticipated to launch someday across the third quarter of 2021.
The publication additionally hinted on the doable launch of a 24-inch iMac, anticipated to be made official by the tip of this 12 months or in the primary quarter of 2021. At current, iMac is listed on Apple Store in two sizes – 21.5-inch and 27-inch. If the brand new iMac releases, it can place in the center of the 2 present machines. The report additionally steered the launch of a smaller Mac Pro. Expected to be about half the dimensions of the common Mac Pro however with an identical design, it is not recognized but if the brand new workstation will substitute the unique or be an extra variant. No launch date is understood for the rumoured new Mac Pro both.
The newly introduced M1-powered MacE book Air, MacE book Pro 13-inch, and Mac mini are set to start out transport from November 17.
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