The next MacBook Pros will have more ports and MagSafe, but no Touch Bar

The next MacBook Pros will have more ports and MagSafe, but no Touch Bar

According to analyst Kuo, the new generation of laptops will also have a flat design like the latest iPhones

(Photo: Apple) Once again a juicy rumor about the Apple world and once again the source is the well-informed Ming-Chi Kuo of Tf International Securities. According to the prolific forerunner of the big news of the bitten apple, the new generation of MacBook Pro 2021 will be equipped with MagSafe technology, will finally be equipped with more ports and a flat-edge design similar to that of the new iPhone 12. It should instead disappear the Touch Bar.

Given the presence of the new proprietary Silicon architecture for the processors, the new MacBook Pro should revise the design for the first time in five years with corners that from softly rounded and rounded should be flat and without too many curves . The size of the display would be 14 or 16 inches.

Looking at the open notebook from above, one would immediately notice the absence of the oled screen called Touch Bar which was used to customize certain quick commands, so there would be only the keyboard with a large touchpad underneath and speaker grille. On the sides of the device, more ports would appear than the previous generation, so as to avoid buying the necessary dongle adapters to increase the wired connection.

Speaking of inputs, MagSafe technology would return, even if it is not clear in what way and with what details, given that recharging takes place via usb type-c interface. Finally, the same efficient heat pipe cooling system as the current 16-inch model should be adopted.

The release of the new MacBook Pro 2021 is scheduled for the third quarter of 2021, almost simultaneously with the iPhone 13. According to Kuo, Apple's upcoming smartphones could be fitted with a vapor chamber heat dissipation system that would support increasing processor and graphics card power.

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