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Technology Apple may reveal its 16-inch MacBook Pro tomorrow

02:40  13 november  2019
02:40  13 november  2019 Source:   engadget.com

Apple will reportedly introduce 16-inch MacBook Pro as soon as tomorrow

  Apple will reportedly introduce 16-inch MacBook Pro as soon as tomorrow And yes, it’ll apparently have a new keyboardThe new MacBook Pro is expected to cost “about the same” as the 15-inch model, which starts at $2,399. That’s because, according to Gurman, it’s going to fully replace the classic 15-inch MacBook Pro in Apple’s laptop lineup. I think some people were expecting it to slot in above the existing options as a premium choice, but apparently not.

Don't worry, that fabled 16 - inch MacBook Pro hasn't vanished in fact, it might be right around the corner. Bloomberg sources hear that Apple may introduce t Bloomberg sources hear that Apple may introduce the revamped laptop "as soon as" November 13th (that's tomorrow , if you're reading

Where is the rumored 16 - inch MacBook Pro ? Apple hasn’t officially announced the larger entry in the notebook lineup, but there’s growing evidence that we could finally be on the cusp of an unveil as soon as this week.

Don't worry, that fabled 16-inch MacBook Pro hasn't vanished... in fact, it might be right around the corner. Bloombergsources hear that Apple may introduce the revamped laptop "as soon as" November 13th (that's tomorrow, if you're reading soon enough). The apparent leak doesn't share more about the design. It would still stuff a 16-inch display into a system roughly the size of today's 15-inch model, and would ditch the notoriously unreliable butterfly keyboard. However, the insiders claim the new MacBook Pro would cost roughly the same as the outgoing model, and would be available this week. You might not have to worry about Apple using this as an opportunity for a price hike.

Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro is no more

  Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro is no more Goodbye to the classic screen sizeThe outgoing 15-inch screen size has been a fixture of Apple’s laptop lineup dating back to the PowerBook G4 days and continued on with the MacBook Pro, which was first introduced over a decade ago in 2006.

16 - inch MacBook Pro Specs. Specifications for a MacBook Pro are hard to predict, but given the target market of the machine, expect it to be powerful. It ’ s unclear what Apple might pack in the entry-level 16 - inch MacBook Pro – but the current 15- inch MacBook Pro might be a good indication.

Apple plans to announce its widely rumored 16 - inch MacBook Pro this week, according to a tweet from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. In another tweet, Gurman suggested the announcement will be made by Wednesday. The news would likely be shared in the form of a press release on the Apple

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There's no mention of a corresponding update to the 13-inch model, although that's not surprising. Apple only just updated the smaller laptop in July -- it's a bit soon for a refresh, let alone a major one. And while Intel does have 10th-generation laptop chips, they're U- and Y-series chips meant largely for ultraportables rather than in-between systems like the higher-end 13-inch MacBook Pro.

This wouldn't be the last Mac update of the year, though. A tipster claimed that Apple would ship the redesigned Mac Pro in December, just barely squeaking into Apple's promised fall release window. There's no more news to share on that front, although there's certainly a historical precedent for this when the iMac Pro shipped in mid-December 2017. One thing's for sure: Calvin Harris got a significant head start.

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Apple confirms shutdown issue with the 2019 13-inch MacBook Pro .
Apple's MacBook Pro issues are still ongoing, as it recently issued a support document confirming an unexpected shutdown problem on the entry-level 13-inch 2019 MacBook Pro. According to MacRumors' forum, the model can suddenly shut down when it hits about 25 to 50 percent of its battery life and you can only turn it on again by connecting the charger. Apple has issued a support document describing how to handle the issue if it pops up. Once your ‌MacBook Pro‌ drops below a 90 percent charge, you should connect it to a charger, quit all applications and let it sleep and charge for eight hours, minimum. After that, update to the latest version of macOS.

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