New MacBook Pro models are coming to Apple’s annual developer conference according to industry insider Jon Prosser who has a record of accurate predictions.
Prosser did not provide much information but said that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models are in the works. The new models are expected to have a completely radical design compared to the MacBook line we have since 2016.
Apple plans to bring back the MagSafe port and compared to Thunderbolt / USB-C, they have HDMI port and SD card reader.
Not included is a Touch Bar with Apple that will return to the traditional function button system. Inside, the thermal system is redesigned to accommodate the new Apple M1 processor.
According to a Bloomberg report, we are talking about a processor with 10 Apple cores, of which 8 are high-performance and 2 are energy efficient. The processor comes with a graphics card with two options 16 or 32 cores and up to 64GB RAM.
To date no other source has suggested the arrival of new MacBook models in the WWDC. / PCWorld Albanian