Apple Will Possibly Launch A Couple of M1 Macbook Pro Models By The End Of 2021

Apple, in collaboration with their manufacturing partners, is set to start mass producing its upcoming 14” and 16” MacBook Pro lines later this year: Reports.

The claims of Ming-Chi Kuo are now supported by the report from Nikkei Asia as well. This new report is actually focused on the orders of iPhone 12, but it also highlights that the Cupertino-based company is set to bring a couple of new models of MacBook Pro later in 2021. Even though the report doesn’t specifically mention the MacBook Pro, everyone believes that it’s about the high-end machines from Apple.

“Meanwhile, Apple has rescheduled plans to begin mass producing two new MacBook laptops in the second half of the year, from the previous schedule of May or June, Nikkei has learned. The two MacBooks will be powered by the Apple Silicon processor as part of a two-year transition away from longtime supplier Intel’s microprocessors.”

The new upcoming MacBooks won’t just come equipped with Apple Silicon, they are also set to feature mini-LED displays. There have also been talks about HDMI, SD card reader, and other important ports making a comeback. All this suggests that the new MacBook Pro is probably going to be the best machine coming out from Apple in years.

We don’t have the exact date yet for when the new MacBooks will be launched by Apple, but if you are ready to buy a portable machine, it might be better for you to wait for the new Mac’s launch for some time. Just wait and see how things move forward.