Apple’s rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro might be delayed until next year at the earliest

According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo's new study notes written by MacRumors Apple's reputable "all-new" 16-inch MacBook might not come out this year. The notebook will arrive next year.

Kuo has previously rumored that Apple was working on a large MacBook Pro lineup with 16-inch to 16.5-inch screens and a 13-inch model that offered a higher specification than Apple's latest version. Destroyed up to 32GB RAM). According to Kuo's original notebook, this laptop was scheduled for release in 2019, but his latest update is expected to be released in 2020 or 2021 (Kuo's notes do not currently agree on the correct date).

The delay is not surprising at all. Kuo's original 2019 date looked early, considering that Apple's current MacBook Pro design is only three years old. The current design, however, is a design flaw in the keyboard (Apple is still struggling despite trying to fix Apple last year) and the dying of display cables (also called "Flexgate"),

It's not a bad news for Apple fans, but another big prediction from Kuo – for pro users, is that it's easy to imagine that Apple has quickly tracked the new MacBook Pro hardware ahead of the normal update cycle to address these issues. The 31.6-inch 6K display with "backlight design like mini LED" still targets 2019.

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