Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro could come as soon as September

Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro could come as soon as September

Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro could come as soon as September

This would be an original screen size for MacBooks, which go from 12-inch to 15-inch now.

"Because customer safety is a top priority, Apple is asking customers to stop using affected 15-inch MacBook Pro units". So, are you excited about a bigger MacBook Pro, let us know in the comments. However there have always been those users who wish that Apple would add a bigger notebook to the line-up.

While Ming-Chi Kuo recently claimed that the "all-new" laptop will unlikely show up until 2020 or 2021, IHS Market analyst Jeff Lin expects the 16in MacBook to be unveiled in September alongside the iPhone 11.

Leaks about just that began to pick up steam earlier in the year, with a 16-inch MacBook Pro predicted to arrive sometime in 2019. In contrast, the current 15-inch MacBook Pro has a 2880 x 1800 native resolution display.

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Instead, he's predicting an LCD panel will be used, supplied by LG Display. There's no mention of a potential variant with an OLED display.

The last major design change in Apple's MacBook Pro line came in 2016, when the company added a second Touch Bar display, a butterfly keyboard and a Space Grey color option.

Pricing is tipped to start at around $3,000 for the new machine. That's likely to mean Intel's latest Core i9 chips, paired with discrete graphics.

Apple now sells a 13-inch and a 15-inch MacBook Pro, with the larger model having a 2,880x1,800 pixel screen. Last month, the USA behemoth confirmed that some of its newer laptops had problematic keyboards and offered free replacements to affected customers.

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