With Apple’s redesigned MacBook Pro that is believed to be just days away from being announced at Apple’s “Unleashed” event, we’ve gathered all the consistent rumors from our news coverage to build a full picture of the features and updates coming to the expected company. new laptops.

M1X MBP function
It is worth noting that the rumors listed below are grouped from our coverage from a wide range of sources, including speakers, analysts, and publications. The reliability of each source varies, so you may need to grab some of the features with a pinch of salt.

That said, rumors of this year’s MacBook Pro have been very consistent, with sources such as Ming-Chi Kuo, BloombergMark Gurman and “Dylandkt,” as well MacRumorsown results, presenting a very similar picture of the new machines.

  • 14 and 16 inch models with the same performance on both machines.
  • Thinner bevels and there is no MacBook Pro logo below the screen.
  • Mini LED screens with ProMotion and resolutions of 3024 x 1964 and 3456 x 2234, resulting in higher contrast and brightness, as well as smoother motion on the screen.
  • 1080p webcam for enhanced video calling, from 720p on current models.
  • Flatter design, more similar to the design of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13.
  • Six ports, including two Thunderbolt ports and one MagSafe charging port on the left side of the machine and a HDMI port, a Thunderbolt port i SD card reader on the right side of the machine. That means there are three Thunderbolt ports expected, one less than in the current high-end MacBook Pros.
  • There is no OLED touch bar, with full size physical function keys.
  • “M1X” chip with a 10-core CPU which includes eight high-performance cores and two energy-efficiency cores, along with 16-core and 32-core GPU optionsand support for up to 64 GB of RAM.
  • Improved thermal design for the 14-inch model, which reflects improvements to the 16-inch model in 2019, including a larger heat pipe and heat sink, as well as added thermal pads.
  • High power mode to increase performance optionally when not connected to power.
  • 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage standard with base configurations.
  • Larger battery for the 14-inch model and a slightly smaller battery for the 16-inch model.
  • Load MagSafe like previous MacBook Pro models, which now include faster charging speeds and a redesigned power brick.

An overview of the redesigned MacBook Pro rumors gives a good idea of ​​many of the upcoming updates and what users can greatly expect from the new machines when they are officially unveiled. Apple’s special “Unleashed” event takes place on Monday, October 18, where new MacBook Pro models are expected to be announced. For more detailed information on redesigned MacBook Pro models, see our full “Everything We Know” guide.

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