Forbes put their hands on a report made by Jeff Lin, an analyst at research firm IHS Markit, claiming that Apple will launch 16-inch MacBook Pro with LCD and 3072×1920 Resolution in September. According to the analyst, LG Display will provide the 16-inch LCD, and it will have a resolution of 3,072 x 1,920 pixels. This screen is big! Well, at least more prominent than the 15-inch MacBook Pro with the resolution of 2,880 x 1,800 pixels.
The analyst Ming-Chi Kuo started all these rumors about the 16-inch MacBook Pro, as he stated earlier this year that the notebook would launch at some point in 2019 with an “all-new design.” Back then, Kuo did not reveal any details regarding the display technology that the new MacBook will use. He now says that the notebook will come with a new processor. That is all he is saying. Why do we have the feeling that he is hiding things from us?
Apple might launch its new 16-inch MacBook Pro with LCD and 3072×1920 resolution in September
We think that the rumors of IHS Markit are so close to the truth, as they have a team committed to display-research, and the team has a connection to the supply chain. Is this confusing or what? Well, hail to this team! In the past, the research team was the one who revealed the original 10.5 inches iPad Pro’s resolution with four months before the iPad released, and also LTPO coming to the Apple Watch. Isn’t this a badass team?
Yes, it’s a fact that Apple is never revealing anything about new Macs at its iPhone event in September. The company instead wants to wait until October to do that. We guess Apple wants to release one goodie at a time. With all these rumors, we are surely waiting for the new 16-inch MacBook Pro with LCD and 3072×1920 Resolution in September or maybe later this year.
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