What to expect: Apple may soon replace the current MacBook Pro with a more powerful version of Apple Silicon at the heart of both models, as well as high-resolution Mini LED displays with support for high-refresh ProMotion technology. Fortunately, this change may also bring back one or more outlets for professionals who have applied since 2016.
Apple is expected to introduce its next generation MacBook Pro between October and November, and the latest beta build of macOS Monterey contains hints about what to expect from the company's future laptops.
As noted by MacRumors, the seventh beta of the new operating system includes references to "3,024 x 1,964 Retina" and "3,456 x 2,234 Retina". These don't match the resolutions of any current and previous Macs, so the 14-inch screen resolution could be for the M1X-based MacBook Pro and 16-inch MacBook Pro.
It should be noted That's two minutes higher than the original resolution of current 13-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models, with a pixel density of about 226 pixels per inch. According to the two references in the system information program files, the pixel density of the new models will be about 250 pixels per inch. The added clarity also gives users more screen space, especially for those who prefer the 2x scaling option.
The new screens are also expected to be tiny LEDs, which shouldn't come as a surprise. If they also support higher refresh rates. Otherwise, the M1X chipset powering the next MacBook Pro will have to outpace the current M1 SoC. If you follow the same trend as the A-series chips, we will see a significant increase in graphics performance compared to CPU performance compared to the previous generation of silicon.
There is also rumor that Apple will remove the Touch Bar and revive the famous MagSafe connector that was lost due to the USB Type-C revolution. Fortunately, we can even see an SD card slot and an HDMI port in the new designs. Apple is expected to sell approximately 600,000 to 800,000 units of a new MacBook Pro per month, so I can only hope that one of these outlets will generate much-needed returns.
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The new Apple MacBook Pro series comes with a higher resolution display