Apple plans to upgrade MacBook Pro: Here's all you need to know
- The new laptops will be available in 14-inch model and a 16-inch variant
- It will have Apple’s in-house Mac processors
- This will be Apple’s first high-end laptops that will not have Intel Corp components
Faster processors, updated displays and return of magnetic charger, Tech giant Apple Inc is planning to upgrade MacBook Pro laptops this year, reported Bloomberg quoting a person with knowledge of the plans.
According to reports, the new laptops will be available in 14-inch model and a 16-inch variant. It will have Apple’s in-house Mac processors.
This will be Apple’s first high-end laptops that will not have Intel Corp components. The tech giant will also up its display game in its new MacBook Pros with brighter, higher-contrast panels, the person said. According to reports, there will be no major change in the looks of the device and it will be launched in mid 2021.
The US-based company is also bringing back its MagSafe, a magnetic power adapter. It will allow those laptops to charge at a faster rate.
The device will also not have Touch Bar from its laptop keyboards. The Touch Bar that was introduced in 2016 turned keyboard’s top row into a touchscreen strip. It can display a variety of information but some users found it was less convenient than physical keys.