Rumors are still flying around about the 16-inch MacBook Pro 2019, despite its release in less than two months. It is being reported that the laptop will get some really smooth bezel that is going to be extremely narrow.
The implementation of the extremely narrow bezels will slightly reduce the size of the 16-inch to the extent of the 15-inch model. Apple has contracted Taiwan based Quanta Computer to perform the assembly of its devices, which includes the upcoming MacBook Pro 2019.
16-inch MacBook Pro 2019 facts and rumors
Reports suggest that LG will be supplying the 16-inch display for the laptop, coming in at a massive 3,072 x 1,920 p resolution. Apple is reportedly stepping away from the butterfly-style keyboard. Instead, opting dor the scissor mechanism design.
There is not much wiggle room for the 16-inch MacBook Pro 2019 rumors, but there are still uncertainties. One of these concerns the actual presentation and release date of the device. With a September event being expected.
But the issue lies with Apple’s tendency to have its unveiling in October. The new laptop is coming soon by any chance, no matter which month Apple favors. But the 13 and 15-inch models will have to wait for 2020 for an upgrade.
MacBook Pro 2019 prices and builds
The 15-inch laptop will come in 2 variants. The buyer can configure the build on the two models, but that is usually very pricey for Apple. The device has seen a slight upgrade in terms of processing power and GPU quality compared to last year’s model. With the price remaining much the same.
The first option has a $2399 price tag and has the following specs:
- 2.6GHz 6-core 9th generation Intel Core i7 processor
- Radeon Pro 555X video card with 4GB of GDDR5 memory
- 16GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM
- 256GB SSD storage
The second option has a $2799 price tag and has the following specs:
- 2.3GHz 8-core 9th generation Intel Core i9 processor
- Radeon Pro 560X video card with 4GB of GDDR5 memory
- 16GB DDR4 RAM
- 512GB SSD storage
MacBook Pro 2019 models would launch in September this year, and many more details would be revealed at that time.
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