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Apple | Apple plans new 13-inch MacBook Pro | macbook


The 13-inch MacBook Pro has been around since the first Apple Silicon, but the device faded a bit compared to the MacBook Air that was introduced at the time. Now there should be a new edition.

The updated 13-inch model is rumored to be available in spring 2022. Visually, the notebook will not receive an update and even a touch bar is rumored to continue to be installed. This is even missing from the larger Pro models.

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The new 13-inch MacBook Pro should also have a classic LC display and not an OLED or a mini-LED display.

If everything would remain the same, the update makes no sense. But wait: Apple wants to install a new processor, the M2. This should again be a SoC with eight processor cores, which will of course be faster than the M1. We hope that Apple also installs a slightly larger battery or that the M2 works even more efficiently than the M1. The SoC is said to have more GPU cores and be significantly faster in this area than its predecessor.

We do ask, however, whether this will make owners of the old MacBook Pro with M1 switch. It is likely that many will skip this model if it does not offer clear advantages.

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The calculator could be presented in the first half of 2022, maybe even in the spring of the year.

Will you get yourself an M2 Mac? Are you in the Apple Silicon camp yet? Feel free to write something about it in the comment fields below this message, we are very excited.

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