- There are additional assumptions regarding some new items getting reported.
- There are a lot of different reports drifting around that are likewise demonstrating the same thing.
- More than a couple of reports point towards a second-50% of 2021 to the dispatch of new MacBook Pro models.
In any case, there are additional assumptions regarding some new items getting reported, and rumours from far and wide suggest that it very well may be another MacBook Pro with the M2 chip.
According to a research note by MacRumours:
As indicated by an exploration note seen by MacRumours, investigator Katy Huberty of Morgan Stanley is of the assessment that almost certainly, Apple has another MacBook Pro coming in at WWDC 2021.
“In light of our checks, we trust it’s imaginable Apple dispatches another MacBook highlighting in-house planned silicon,” Huberty said.
There are a bunch of other rumours:
There are a lot of different reports drifting around that are likewise demonstrating the same thing. Another hypothesis comes from another expert, Wedbush’s Daniel Ives, who says that one of the astonishments of WWDC could be Apple declaring another MacBook Pro 14-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch models.
Further, Jon Prosser added:
Jon Prosser added to these tales by guaranteeing that we will see another MacBook Pro at the beginning of the week, which is when WWDC 2021 starts. Most of the theories show that there may be, in any event, one new PC coming from Apple if not two.
MacRumors has likewise revealed battery postings of another MacBook Pro 14-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch uncovered from a Chinese administrative information base.
While Huberty did not give any details about MacBook:
While Huberty didn’t share any insights regarding what sort of MacBook we may see, she assessed that the MacBook should accompany the M2 chip. Nonetheless, Ives feels that Apple may adhere to the more established M1 for the new MacBooks until further notice.
This subsequent hypothesis appears to be far-fetched since there has been a ton of buzz about another chip, which may be the M1X and not the M2, however. Apple may hold off the M2 for 2022.
Huberty adds that if the MacBook that Apple reveals is the M2 or the M1X-fueled one, there will be a “reasonable old hole between this underlying WWDC uncovering of the machine, and it is going at a bargain”. This implied MacBook will probably hit racks continuously by 50% by 2021.
Rumours about potential delays due to component shortages:
More than a couple of reports point towards a second-50% of 2021 to the dispatch of new MacBook Pro models. There’s additionally some discussion about likely postponements because of part deficiencies.