Apple is planning a "brand new" MacBook Pro design for this year, well-affiliated analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a research paper taken by MacRumors . The line is supposedly led by a model with a screen of between 16 and 16.5 inches, which would make it the largest screen in a Mac notebook since the 17 inch models were stopped being sold in 2012. Kuo says the setup also Can contain a 13-inch model with support for 32GB of RAM right now, only 15-inch MacBook Pro can be configured with that amount of memory.
A brand new design will be a bit surprising since Apple released only the first Touch Bar models at the end of 201
Kuo also believes that the much-anticipated new Mac Pro is coming this year with "easy to upgrade components", even though Apple has already said so much. More interestingly, Kuo has the first credible details of the external display that will mark Apple's return to the pro display market. It is said to be a 31.6 inch 6K display with a "Mini LED-like backlight design." Apple completed its last screen, Thunderbolt Display, back in 2016; Right now, the best option for owners of more modern Macs is Apple-sanctioned but incomplete 27-inch LG UltraFine 5K.
Kuo's report contains additional information about this year's iPhone and iPad options, as well as accessories such as new AirPods and the long delayed AirPower charging mat – find out more here.