MacBook Pro with new design and up to 64 GB of RAM can be presented at WWDC 2021

The WWDC 2021, already had date and schedules confirmed by Apple, can bring some surprises for fans of the brand, also including the release of some devices, which has happened before. And everything indicates that among them would be the long-awaited new generation of the MacBook Pro, corroborated to bring models of 14.1 “and 16” inches.

The machines in question were scheduled to be launched by the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and, in relation to these, the popular leaked Jon Prosser hinted that both will be made official in early June during the annual developer conference.

Leaked documents reveal that the Cupertino giant may bring some doors that have been removed from the laptop since 2015, giving back to the professionals a versatility that they had before.

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The new generation of MacBook Pro may feature as the first computers with Apple Silicon chipset to support more than 16 GB of unified RAM, allegedly offering configurations of up to 64 GB of RAM.

Features like the Touch Bar should be abandoned, with Apple returning to offering only the physical keys for functions. It is worth mentioning that Prosser has made mistakes a few times, however, he still has an interesting record of success when it comes to Apple’s upcoming releases.

Source: wccftech

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