The next-generation MacBook Pro is likely to be delayed due to a global chip shortage

The next-generation MacBook Pro is likely to be delayed due to a global chip shortage

The next-generation MacBook Pro is likely to be delayed due to a global chip shortage

So far, many sources and analysts have published information about the approximate time of the unveiling and release of new Apple notebooks; But unfortunately, most of them have been unfounded and contradictory. However, the tech giant is expected to unveil its next generation of professional notebooks in the coming months; But it is likely that their release will be delayed.

In general, this is not the first time that it is said that the new MacBook Pro will be released with a delay. Not long ago, rumors indicated that the Cupertinos will unveil their professional notebooks at the WWDC 2021 conference. However, Apple held the mentioned conference focusing on developers and software topics and did not introduce a hardware product.

    • The next 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro will likely There will be no difference in terms of performance

At that point, it was said that Apple due to the global shortage of semiconductors and its consequences on integrated circuits used in mini displays -LED is used, it cannot release them until the second half of 2021, and Digitimes also claimed that Apple will not launch a new product from the MacBook Pro family until at least the fourth quarter of 2021.

Now, Digitimes reports again. It has been reported that some logistical problems have already affected Apple’s global chip shortage, which could delay the MacBook Pro launch again. Digitimes previously reported that Apple will probably hold two separate events in September (September to October) and in the second event, the new MacBook Pro will be unveiled. However, Digitimes sources believe that the new MacBook Pro models will be unveiled in October or November (October to November) instead of September. It should be noted that Apple has never released a MacBook Pro in September.

In fact, October is the most common month to launch a MacBook Pro; Because Apple has unveiled 4 generations of MacBook Pro this month since 2006. The company has also unveiled its notebooks three times in June and finally, only once between January and November 2020. According to rumors, these two notebooks will support more input and output ports and will apparently be equipped with powerful chips with the possible name of M1X. In addition, Apple will probably remove the adaptive display called Touchbar in favor of physical function keys.

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