The Cupertino giant is supposed to host a dedicated event next month to mark the launch for their first ARM powered MacBooks. Both 12-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 13 will be the show’s highlights, however, a new leaks suggests Apple will not only launch one MacBook Pro but also a bigger one as well.
Yes, as per the Boot Camp 6.1.13 update, it mentions ‘fixes a stability issue…on 16-inch MacBook Pro (2019 and 2020)’, as well as the upcoming MacBook Pro 13. While Apple is supposed to launch only the ARM-powered MacBook Air but for MacBook Pro 13, it will offer both ARM and Intel variants.
However, for the unannounced MacBook Pro 16, which was dig out until recently, it is still unknown whether Apple will be offering their own “A14X” or “A14Z” processor or opt for Intel’s latest Tiger Lake CPUs. As per rumours, the new MacBook Pro 16 might arrive via an Apple press release, instead of a grand launch.
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