14-inch MacBook Pro rumored to launch in 2021

14-inch MacBook Pro rumored to launch in 2021

14-inch MacBook Pro rumored to launch in 2021

The arrival of Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro 2020 earlier this month means we're now seeing some great deals on the 2019 version of the powerful laptop.

However, it's also possible that hopes for a 14-inch MacBook Pro were a bit premature. They refer to a 14-inch MacBook Pro as a "dream", suggesting this is more wishful thinking than anything.

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That didn't turn out to be the case, but on Tuesday, May 12, Apple added the 11- and 13-inch MacBook Air models and the MacBook Pro model to the list. The company may be planning to make a remarkable upgrade by enlarging the screen with tapered screen frames. Although reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had weighed in with his own predictions of a 14-inch model, he included those as part of his discussion on Apple's transition to Mini-LED display technology, which is something that we already know is further down the road. "Obsolete" products, on the other hand, are any that have been discontinued for more than seven years. Apple focused largely on removing keys with butterfly mechanisms on the new model. And there's officially no support for Intel Optane memory, since that's not an option Apple offers for its MacBook Pro 13. Similarly, the account accurately stated that the new iPad Pro models would launch in the third week of March. However, dropping the launch next year may cause a price fluctuation.

In fact, this upgraded 2019 MacBook Pro is only $100 more expensive than the current base-line 2020 MacBook Pro, and features a much faster processor (up to 2.4 GHz as opposed to only 1.4 GHz).

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