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Apple’s new M1 MacBooks to reportedly hit the market by the end of 2021

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Apple’s M1-powered MacBook’s made a name for themselves in the market with their amazing performance and power efficiency. Earlier it was reported that the Cupertino giant had initially planned to start the mass production of two new upcoming MacBooks in May or June. But, now, it doesn’t seem to be the case anymore.

According to sources, the Cupertino giant has plans to begin mass-producing its next ARM-powered MacBooks in the second half of this year. From what we know so far, one of the models could be a 16-inch device. In 2019, Apple released its MacBook Pro 16 powered by the Intel 9th Gen Core processor, so this would be a complete refresh of the device.

Reports indicate that Apple will equip the next MacBook Pro 16 with its M1 SoC, which would provide amazing power performance. But, speculations have also been made that Apple would provide the new model with an enhanced M1X SoC.


The second model is expected to be the MacBook Pro 14 variant, which is expected to replace the MacBook Pro 13. It is expected that Apple will adopt a flatter design language with its new MacBooks that resemble the iPhone 12 series. It is even speculated that the new models will also bring back the HDMI port and an SD card reader, which Apple cut from the MacBook Pro series five years ago.

If all the news and reports are to be believed, we can expect the new MacBooks to hit the market by the end of this year.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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