According to Digitimes, the production process of the mini-LED display is going well, and it is likely that Apple will unveil the next MacBook Pro 2021 in the fall of this year.
Apple is expected to soon unveil the next-generation MacBook Pro in 14 and 16 dimensions as part of its fall product offering. Recently, however, logistics problems have plagued many companies, including Apple, and some sources familiar with the company’s supply chain claim that Apple is delaying the launch of the next MacBook Pro 2021; But a report from Digitimes shows that the production process is progressing according to Apple’s plans, and the tech giant will likely unveil its notebooks by the end of the fall.
Digitimes industry sources say that the sending of parts related to the mini-LED display to Apple’s assembly partners for use in the MacBook Pro 2021 is planned, and it is expected that the unveiling can take place between October and November (October to December). Total shipments in 2021 are estimated at approximately four million units, which is roughly equivalent to sales of the 16-inch MacBook Pro. An earlier Digitimes report said that later MacBook Pro models were affected by a global chip shortage, which is why Apple apparently delayed production in April 2021.
Citing sources familiar with Apple’s supply chain, Digitimes estimates that mass production of the mini-display for the MacBookPro 2021 began in August, confirming the release of Apple’s professional notebooks in the near future. The magazine claims that the production of MacBook Pro shipments per month will be between 600,000 and 800,000 units and, of course, displays.
Evidence shows that Apple will unveil the next generation MacBook Pro 2021 in the fall of this year, and the report shows that everything is going according to Apple’s plan. Of course, all of this is speculation, and Apple can always adjust its programs differently.
According to previous rumors, the next generation MacBookPro 2021 will be adorned with a new design and a completely redesigned chassis. The two notebooks will support more input and output ports and will be equipped with powerful chips, possibly called the M1X. In addition, Apple will likely remove the adaptive display called the Touchbar in favor of the physical function keys.