Mac may be set to report their most current MacBook Pro models including the improved Apple M1X chip and mini LED backlighting as early as October.
The reports initially showed up in Digitimes, demonstrating that the ongoing chip deficiency had pushed back the planned September launch to at least October and possibly November.
We’ve been expecting a beefier 16-inch MacBook Pro since the time the launch of the MacBook Pro 13-inch (M1) back in November of last year, and its generally expected that Apple will present an all the more remarkable M1X chip with the 16-inch MacBook Pro since it will require more power than the M1 chip can give.
There is additionally the topic of a 14-inch MacBook Pro, as 9to5Mac notes. There has been a ton of buzz about the 14-inch Apple PC as either an upgrade from the 13-inch model or an altogether new entry close by the presently accessible sizes. In the event that we do get a 14-inch MacBook Pro declaration, we’ll be interested to check whether it comes sporting the Apple M1 chip or the more remarkable Apple M1X.
With the ongoing chip deficiency tormenting everybody from carmakers to electronics manufacturers to PC manufacturers, you need to expect some item delays.
Both AMD and Nvidia have been gradually carrying out new graphics cards yet getting the actual products under the control of gamers has been an amazing challenge. There’s even talk that Intel may be deferring parts of its Alder Lake launch until CES 2022 over worries about chip supply.
Thus, in the event that incidentally, Apple needed to push back its typical September launch window for new MacBooks to October or November, that is scarcely a postponement by any means, so we certainly trust this ends up being the situation.