Apple: MacBook Pro with M2 chip coming? The word to Bloomberg

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According to Bloomberg, Apple may be working on a new one MacBook Pro entry-level that mounts the M2 processor. The company would then plan to unveil an entry-level MacBook Pro to replace the current one model M1 launched in November 2020, a certainly plausible policy, which would lead Apple to offer the new products by the middle of this year with the company’s proprietary chip.

Apple: the MacBook Pro is renewed?

The introduction of the new chipset should therefore be considered as a real replacement of the current M1, an element that should allow the Apple devices to have even better performance. With the renewal of the good old MacBook Pro From the Mac M1 Pro and M1 Max, Bloomberg has already shared their predictions on features and specifications regarding the hardware.

We should therefore be faced with less performing display of the 14 and 16 inch models, since it is still an entry level model, and to a M2 processor, as we have already fully explained a few lines ago. Furthermore, the new version of MacBook Pro should have limited storage space and will totally eliminate the touch bar, an accessory that has always been rather divisive among users.

As Bloomberg notes, this Mac is likely to keep one LCD screen, which would mean no miniLEDs or ProMotion. The supposed MacBook Air, on the other hand, could be equipped with these two design elements. Last but not least, not only the entry-level MacBook Pro will be upgraded with the M2 chip, but also the 24-inch iMac, an entry-level Mac mini, and this refurbished MacBook Air, which is slated for launch. year.

To confirm this, however, we will have to wait for an official announcement from the company, so we invite you to take this information with a grain of salt.