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Though Apple’s latest event may not have held any precious information for fans of the Macbook line, that hasn’t stopped them from digging through whatever information has been released. Apple may have spent their spring event detailing the updated specs and colors for the new iPad and iMacs, but fans of the Macbook line weren’t given any official information as to what to expect from the rumored 14 and 16-inch Macbook Pros.
While official information is still somewhat lacking, fans still have a decent idea of what to expect based on the many rumors surrounding the next iteration of Apple’s pro-level laptop.
Now that Apple’s Launch Into Spring event has come and gone without any new information regarding their new 14 and 16-inch Macbook pros, the next possible chance for news would be at WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) in June. Unfortunately, due to a chip shortage that has plagued the tech industry since the beginning of the pandemic, it’s possible that Macbook enthusiasts won’t see any news of the new Macbooks until late 2021 into Q1 of 2022 at the earliest. But who knows? Maybe Apple still has some tricks left up its sleeve for 2021.
The Return Of MagSafe Charging
When Apple finally caved and started putting USB-C ports in their devices, the people of the tech world rejoiced. And it was good for a time. See, there are generally two schools of thought in this debate.
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The first is that people appreciate the convenience of having a universal port and a connector for virtually all of their devices, thereby eliminating many of the excess wires a modern home tends to hold. The second is that people don’t want their shiny, expensive and new laptop to smash to bits if they happen to trip over their charger. Both solid points.
No More Touch Bar
View from the top of the Macbook Pro 16″
Unlike the USB-C/Magsafe debate, Apple’s touch bar, which can be found on most of its newer Macbook Pro models, has not been among the plethora of things to appreciate about the new Macbook Pro. In fact, recently, the touch bar, alongside improving specs in the Macbook Air, have been prime examples of reasons not to purchase a Macbook Pro. Regardless, it seems like Apple has heard the people and, if rumors are to be believed, has removed the touch bar from the rumored updates of the Macbook Pro.
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