Bloomberg: Next-Generation MacBook Pro to Offer Improved Displays, Faster Charging Over MagSafe – MacRumors


Following todays report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo describing major modifications for the next-generation MacBook Pro models being available in the 3rd quarter of this year, Bloombergs Mark Gurman has weighed in with his own report corroborating some of the details but seemingly varying a bit on others.
First, Gurman shares more information on the return of MagSafe charging to the MacBook Pro, indicating that it will indeed be a comparable style to the previous incarnation of MagSafe on Mac note pads. Gurman likewise says the shift back to committed MagSafe charging will enable for faster charging speeds.
Gurman states the new MacBook Pro designs will unsurprisingly continue to support USB-C, with 2 USB-C ports situated beside the MagSafe port, and most likely two more USB-C ports on the other side of the maker.
Bloombergs report likewise uses a bit about the display screens on the upcoming MacBook Pro designs, indicating they will utilize “brighter, higher-contrast panels.” The devices will likewise of course come geared up with Apple silicon chips offering more processing cores and enhanced graphics compared to the M1 found in the first batch of Apple silicon Macs.
When it comes to the design of the brand-new MacBook Pro designs, Kuo had actually indicated that they would receive an iPhone 12-style redesign with flat edges, however Gurman appears to minimize the significance of any changes, suggesting that they will “look similar” to the present models however with “minor design changes.”
Gurman also says that Apple has actually “checked” versions of the MacBook Pro without the Touch Bar, while Kuo seems more definitive that the questionable feature will be removed in the last design.
Lastly, Gurman keeps in mind that Apple is also preparing a redesign for the MacBook Air, however it will not be coming till “long after” the updated MacBook Pro models debut.

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