FILE – In this Oct. 27, 2016, file photo, a guest is like the Touch of the Bar on a MacBook computer in the demo room after the announcement of the new products at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, usa. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
Apple is planning to release a new version of the more expensive MacBook Pro laptop range to be able to come out in September of this year.
That is, according to Apple-expert, who, in the opinion of the California tech titan has been preparing for the launch of a massive 16-inch version of the gizmo.
That would be Apple’s largest laptop since the 17 ” MacBook Pro was discontinued in 2012.
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Top analyst Jeff Lin is now the second high-profile experts say a larger the MacBook comes in.
“We are expecting that Apple will release a new product [in the] Sept’19th event, if there is not an unexpected development issue,” Lin, associate director of consumer electronics at IHS Markit, wrote in an e-mail that was published by Forbes.
The updated gadget is said to be the use of an LCD screen and a new CPU to power it.
Her, quite frankly enormous, a 16-inch screen is a welcome change of pace for the fans who have been waiting for a new one, a larger, Apple-laptop-to-seven years of age.
It is also possible that Apple is expanding the screen size while keeping the overall size of the MacBook is very similar.
Apple could slim down the bezel – the frame around the screen, in the same way as in the previous year, and the new apple iPad Pro.
It’s also possible that Apple may also upgrade the screen to 4K resolution, which would be great for our users.
In terms of the price, and you can expect it to be the best.
Apple makes a serious premium notebooks command a very high price, and the MacBook Pro is the most expensive of the lot.
Right now, the most expensive MacBook Pro with the configuration you buy will cost more than £6,500.
This is a 15-inch model, so it is very possible that a 16-inch laptop, the cost is even greater.
Of course, it is very likely that you’ll be able to get a lower-spec devices for much less expensive, so it is not a loan, just yet.
In any case, Apple has not yet confirmed any official details about a possible MacBook upgrade, so take all rumors with a grain of salt for now.
This story was originally published in The Sun.