Apple may launch M1-powered 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro laptops in 2021

According to reports, Apple could launch new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro laptops in 2021, all of which feature its new in-house M1 chip. Cupertino may also consider introducing a 24-inch iMac and a smaller Mac Pro workstation in the coming year, according to a report. Apple introduced the M1 SoC at the “One More Thing” event on November 10th and introduced updated versions of the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 13-inch, and Mac mini that feature its new silicon.

According to a report From IT Home, Apple could launch two MacBook Pro laptops equipped with its new M1 chip. The new lineup is expected to include a new 14-inch MacBook Pro and an updated 16-inch MacBook Pro. Currently the 16-inch MacBook Pro listed in the Apple Store with Intel processors. The 13-inch MacBook Pro, on the other hand, is listed with M1 chip and Intel processor options. The new MacBook Pro with M1 drive was announced along with MacBook Air and Mac mini based on Apple silicon. The report also suggests that the alleged 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro could come with a mini-LED display. The two laptops are expected to hit the market in the third quarter of 2021.

The release also hinted at the possible launch of a 24-inch iMac, expected to be officially launched later this year or in the first quarter of 2021. IMac is currently listed on Apple store in two sizes – 21.5 inches and 27 inches. When the new iMac is released, it will be placed in the middle of the two existing computers. The report also suggested the introduction of a smaller Mac Pro. Probably about half the size of that regular Mac Pro, but with a similar design, is not yet known whether the new workstation will replace the original or be an additional variant. No release date is known for the new Mac Pro either.

The newly announced M1-powered MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini will ship on November 17th.

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