Apple after having launched some models with its SoC M1, from the new Apple Silicon line, promised that it would extend this processor to other products. It was then expected that the following would already come with the evolution of the M1. Apple’s vendors are said to have finally begun mass production of future 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro’s with the most powerful SoC.
As DigiTimes advances, the intention is to be able to produce 800,000 laptop per month by the end of November.
This last quarter of 2021 seems to prepare a very full range of Apple products. Within a few weeks of the launch of the iPhone 13, the Apple Watch 7 will appear, eventually the AirPods 3 and, as the veil is now lifted, new laptops with the new Apple Silicon will appear by the end of the year.
Apple’s upcoming 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro’s have been on the hot seat of the rumor mill for ages. However, its release should be close. Thus, the 14-inch and 16-inch Apple Pro-line notebook, which should feature a new mini-LED screen , an updated design and a more powerful Apple chip, will be released before the end of the year.
Production of the MacBooks was widely reported to have started in the third quarter of the year, and today’s DigiTimes report confirmed these suspicions.
Information previously shared by DigiTimes indicated that the new computers would be released in September, presumably at the same launch event as the upcoming iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7. While theoretically possible, Apple would probably be more pleased to host a second event this dedicated fall. fully to the Mac, rather than including in the expected iPhone presentation in September, eventually taking some of the shine off this machine.
An end of the year full of Apple news
Last week, Apple presented several products (IDs), for future releases, at the Eurasian Patent Organization . Although the order only includes model IDs, these will likely be future MacBook Pro and Apple Watch Series 7.
The IDs A2473, A2474, A2475, A2476, A2477, and A2478 were detected, which should be from the Apple Watch 7. Also appeared the IDs A2442 and A2485 which should be identifying the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBooks.
Surely the strategy of leaving these laptop for a more prosperous period in sales was not a fluke. The company expects to sell many millions of units of this new laptop. Apple itself even sponsored a study where an argument was explained that showed the Cupertino company’s objective in the business market with these new machines.
In this study, it was revealed that in the enterprise market, companies would save more than $800 per laptop in three years if they purchased a Mac.