Apple is likely caught up making arrangements for its upcoming developers' conference next month. The tech major is expected to make a slew of announcements during the event, potentially revealing some of its hardware products. A whole new variant of the Apple MacBook Pro might be one of these.
New renders of the device, however, have now emerged online. These renders are based on an artist's imagination of how the upcoming model of the MacBook Pro will be. One look at them will reveal just how thorough these renders are, possibly providing us with our first look at all that Apple will be bringing with the new 16-inch MacBook Pro.
The renders reveal almost all the information about the product that you can think of. Of course, these are based on speculations to date and hence cannot be accounted for the exact specifications of the MacBook Pro, but it is safe to assume that they are very close to the actual thing.
The renders have been created by Antonio De Rosa and show a new and sleek Apple notebook in multiple colours. Interestingly enough, De Rosa did not just create renders of the product but also designed its listing on the Apple Store, and it seems just like the real Apple website.
Revealing a host of information about the 16-inch MacBook Pro, the webpage dedicated to the renders confirms the existence of the M1X chipset inside the new MacBook Pro. It states that the Apple notebook will come with a 16-inch mini LED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and up to 500 nits of brightness.
Other specifications will include an M1X chipset with 32 cores onboard, as well as up to 4TB of storage and 64GB of memory. It will support USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3 port, an HDMI 8k port and an SD card multi-reader.
The renders reveal that the 16-inch MacBook Pro will sport the classic MacBook design in an even more sleek and flat form factor. The laptop will come with features like Face ID, MagSafe as well as Lossless Audio.
The renders show the product in multiple colours, and Apple will likely bring these colour options to the market, especially after its recent launch of the new iMac in a range of colours. If all the speculations covered in these renders turn out to be true, you will have seen the new 16-inch MacBook Pro much before the rest of the world.
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