Apple could launch new MacBook Pro models with an HDMI port and a SD card reader, according to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. He also suggested that the upcoming MacBook units could have “several” notable design changes as well as specification upgrades, apart from the possible additions mentioned above. Kuo’s latest predictions follow his last month’s note, which suggested that the Cupertino company could be working on 14-inch and 16-inch variants of MacBook Pro. The new models may also come with a flat-edged form factor similar to the iPhone 12 series.
As per aby MacRumors, citing an investor note by , may bring out the new models this year with a handy SD card reader and an HDMI port. Kuo wrote in his note, “We predict that Apple’s two new MacBook Pro models in 2H21 will have several significant design and specification changes.” While Kuo suggests a H2 2021 release for the new MacBook Pro lineup (which seems likely given Apple’s usual annual routine), it should be noted that Apple hasn’t officially confirmed any release date or specification details for this year’s MacBook Pro series.
Earlier in January, Kuothat Apple may launch 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro laptops later this year. Possibly powered by Apple’s own or the rumored processor, the upcoming MacBook Pro models may sport a flat-edged form factor, as seen on the new models.
Kuo also suggested that the new laptops may not carry the OLED Touch Bar and come with physical function keys instead. The analyst also said that the new MacBook Pro may replace the USB Type-C charging port with the MagSafe charging connector.
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