Bloomberg: Next-Generation MacBook Pro to Offer Improved Displays, Faster Charging Over MagSafe – MacRumors1 min read

Following todays report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo laying out major modifications for the next-generation MacBook Pro models can be found in the 3rd quarter of this year, Bloombergs Mark Gurman has weighed in with his own report proving some of the details however relatively differing a bit on others.
Gurman shares more information on the return of MagSafe charging to the MacBook Pro, indicating that it will undoubtedly be a comparable design to the previous version of MagSafe on Mac notebooks. Gurman also says the shift back to devoted MagSafe charging will enable faster charging speeds.
Gurman says the new MacBook Pro models will unsurprisingly continue to support USB-C, with two USB-C ports located beside the MagSafe port, and most likely two more USB-C ports on the other side of the machine.
Bloombergs report likewise offers a bit about the displays on the upcoming MacBook Pro models, showing they will use “brighter, higher-contrast panels.” The machines will likewise of course come equipped with Apple silicon chips offering more processing cores and improved graphics compared to the M1 discovered in the first batch of Apple silicon Macs.
When it comes to the design of the new MacBook Pro models, Kuo had actually shown that they would get an iPhone 12-style redesign with flat edges, but Gurman appears to downplay the significance of any changes, suggesting that they will “look comparable” to the present designs but with “small design changes.”
Gurman likewise says that Apple has “checked” variations of the MacBook Pro without the Touch Bar, while Kuo appears more definitive that the controversial function will be eliminated in the last style.
Gurman notes that Apple is also preparing a redesign for the MacBook Air, but it will not be coming until “long after” the upgraded MacBook Pro models launching.

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