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

06:17  09 april  2019
06:17  09 april  2019 Source:   theverge.com

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The new rumored 16 - inch Apple MacBook Pro might not be released this year after all. Instead, it seems as though the new laptop will not arrive at the hands of Apple fans until as late as Following this pattern, Apple seemingly refreshes the design of the MacBook Pro roughly every four years .

Apple ’ s rumored "all-new" 16 - inch MacBook might not be coming out this year after all, according Kuo’s original 2019 date seemed early given that Apple ’ s current MacBook Pro design is barely This post previously claimed that Apple ’ s rumored 2019 MacBook Pro was delayed until 2021

Apple’s rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro might be delayed until next year at the earliest© Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

Apple’s rumored “all-new” 16-inch MacBook might not be coming out this year after all, according to a new research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo obtained by MacRumors that now predicts the updated laptops will arrive next year, at the earliest.

Kuo had previously broke the rumor that Apple was working on a refreshed MacBook Pro lineup, consisting of a larger model with a screen between 16 and 16.5 inches, and a 13-inch model that would offer higher specifications than Apple’s current version (including up to 32GB of RAM). According to Kuo’s original note, those laptops were planned to release later in 2019, but his latest update now pegs the release for either 2020 or 2021 (translations of Kuo’s note currently disagreeon the exact date).

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Well, prolific Apple leaker Ming-Chi Kuo has revised that prediction, and now believes said notebook won’t be out until next year – at the earliest . Of course, we still have to bear in mind that this is all chatter from the laptop grapevine, and the purported 16 - inch MacBook Pro may indeed never turn

Apple surprised us earlier this week with new 2019 MacBook Pro models, but the only changes are faster processors and a "new material" added to the Or, if the 16 - inch MacBook Pro has been delayed internally, then perhaps it won't debut until an event next year such as WWDC 2020 in June.

The delay isn’t entirely surprising; Kuo’s original 2019 date seemed early given that Apple’s current MacBook Pro design is barely three years old. But the current design has suffered from a fair amount of criticism, including design flaws in the keyboard (which Apple still seems to be struggling with, despite its attempts to fix it last year) as well as issues with display cables dying (dubbed “Flexgate”). It’s easy to imagine that Apple might have fast-tracked new MacBook Pro hardware ahead of its normal update cycles to in order to put those issues behind it.

It’s not all bad news for Apple fans, though. Kuo’s other big prediction — a 31.6-inch 6K display with a “Mini LED-like backlight design” meant for pro users is still apparently on track for 2019.

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The new larger MacBook Pro may be delayed until at least 2020, which means we'll likely have to live with the same flat butterfly keyboard for now. Update April 9 12:01 pm ET - A new 9to5 Mac article states that Kuo was indeed mistranslated by earlier articles, and that the 2020/21 date was referring

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