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.
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 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
Apple today acknowledged unexpected shutdown issues with the base model 2019 13 - inch MacBook Pro . If the problem persists even after that, you are recommended to contact Apple . Launched earlier this year in July, the base model 2019 13 - inch MacBook Pro comes with a
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. According to , 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 adescribing 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. If it continues to shut down after that, you should contact Apple to get it serviced.
It could just be a batch of these models that have had the issue, but it's worrying in light of Apple's ongoing butterfly keyboard issues. With its latest, Apple has dumped that keyboard, but the might still linger for a long while.
Apple's next MacBook upgrades could be coming soon .
Last year's 16-inch MacBook Pro felt a bit like a return to form. While the latest iteration of Apple's flagship laptop didn't address the love-it-or-hate-it (but mostly hate-it) Touch Bar and an obnoxious lack of connectivity, it did have a much better keyboard compared to previous models. The new MacBook Pro replaced finicky butterfly switch keys with new mechanisms that make typing feel more natural and are more resilient to dust and debris. Naturally, one question on Mac users' minds was when Apple would bring the new scissor-switch-equipped keyboard to the 13-inch MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air lineup.