Apple's Rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro Gets Delayed to 2021

Apple's 16 or 16.5-inch Mac Book Pro may not come until 2021

Apple's 16 or 16.5-inch Mac Book Pro may not come until 2021

According to research from TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is all set to give a quality boost to its displays on its range of devices.

The mini LED iPad is expected to have a screen size between 10 to 12 inches. According to Macrumors, Kuo is predicting that the new MacBook Pro design, which could come in between 15-inch to 17-inch will now be coming either in 2020 or in the first half of 2021.

The new report is a bit hard to follow, so here's some background. In the note shared in February, Kuo said that Apple will release a new MacBook Pro between 16-inches and 16.5-inches with an all-new design.

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The report also said Apple also intends to release a 10-12-inch iPad using up to 10,000 mini-LED chips from Epistar by Q1 2021.

Kuo (per 9to5Mac) said the new display could arrive in the second or third quarter of this year and utilize a mini LED backlight. All of that was supposed to happen in 2019. Apple updated the MacBook Pro design less than three years ago, so it would be surprising to see any changes this year. The note was first spotted by Chinese-language Economic Daily News. The sale includes four different configurations (and two color choices) of the 13-inch MacBook Pro without the Touch Bar, each of which is $200 off of its list price. His earlier claim of a 31.6-inch 6K Apple Display scheduled to launch in Q2 or Q3 of 2019, still remains intact.

Add to that a new report by DigiTimes, published on Tuesday, which comments on Kuo's note but says that the 31.6-inch, 6K display is actually an iMac, which will launch in the same timeframe as Kuo predicted. But according to a new report, it isn't coming almost as soon as originally expected.

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