Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman claims that Apple will release new MacBook Pro laptops earlier than expected.

Previous rumors have indicated that they may arrive in November or December this year, however, Mark Gurman says Apple will release MacBook Pro laptops between September and November. The gourmet changed his position, as he had previously stated that the announcement may well take place in the summer before the presentation of the iPhone 13.

Redesigned 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro, 64GB RAM and Apple M1X SoC Coming September-November

According to reports, the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros will have an HDMI port next to the SD card slot. The new laptops are expected to support MagSafe magnetic charging technology. There is also information that the new MacBook Pro will be equipped with Apple M1X SoCs with eight high-performance and two high-efficiency cores, available in options with 16 or 32 graphics cores.

Previous leaks have reported that the 14-inch model will go into mass production in the fourth quarter of 2021. However, Gurman stated that the company could have released new laptops at the beginning of the year, but the delay was due to problems with the production of new mini-LED screens.

The new MacBook Pros will include up to 64GB of storage.

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