Apple intends to introduce its long-rumoured 14-inch as well as 16-inch MacBook Pro with Apple silicon at WWDC, happening in less than five days, according to Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives.
In a note to investors seen by MacRumors, Ives says, together with the generally expected statement of brand-new versions of iPhone, iPad, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, Apple is preparing a “few surprises,” including the news of the new MacBook Pros. The analyst that has made forecasts relating to occasion announcements in the past says the M1 Apple silicon chip will power the brand-new MacBook Pros; nevertheless, that’s not likely to be the case.
The upcoming MacBook Pros, which are currently reported to consist of numerous new modifications such as the elimination of the Touch Bar, a much more flat-edged style, the return of the HDMI port, an SD card slot, as well as MagSafe magnetic charging, are likely to include a more robust model of the M1 chip, or perhaps M2. Apple revealed the M1 chip last November, and given that its initial launching in the low-end MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini, the chip has broadened to a brand-new 24-inch iMac and the iPad Pro.
The brand-new MacBook Pros, which reputable Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman thinks could be announced as soon as early this summer season, will be the highest-end Macs, including Apple silicon to date. Apple officially announced its change to its silicon at WWDC in 2014, mentioning it would certainly take a total of 2 years. Apple leaker Jon Prosser also believes that the new MacBook Pros, probably the brand-new 14-inch and updated 16-inch models, will undoubtedly go for WWDC.
In his note today, Ives likewise reiterated formerly reported forecasts, consisting of Wedbush’s idea that the upcoming Apple iPhone 13 schedule will undoubtedly include 1TB storage capability options, double the current most excellent 512GB models. On top of that, the expert also reaffirmed the belief that Apple intends to introduce its AR glasses, being referred to as “Apple Glasses” at WWDC in 2022, complied with by the Apple Auto in 2024.