MacBook Pro Details Accidentally Leaked By Apple

Fans will need to wait for more for the Apple’s update to the 13-inch MacBook Pro to come out. The company has accidentally leaked more details on the next MacBook Pro and MacBook Air devices.

However, the 13-inch MacBook Pro is the next in line. But just because the updated version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro was not released yet, it does not mean that the internet hasn’t found its way into finding out more details about it. In this article, we are going to talk about the upcoming updated workhorse machine.

According to the company’s own code, the 13-inch MacBook Pro is going to be powered by the latest chipset from Intel. The latest beta version of macOS shows hardware that Apple might use for its 13-inch device. Fingers point toward the Intel’s Core i5-1035G7 and Core i7-1065G7 chipsets. Thanks to Rogame’s sharp eyes, who shared this info on Twitter, we now have an idea of what to expect.

More about MacBook Pro and MacBook Air

However, let’s look at the updated version of MacBook Air that was released this year’s March. This device featuring the Ice Lake architecture, had the i3-1000NG4, i5-1030NG7, or i7-1060NG7 as available chipsets. This means that the company is searching for a more proper chipset for its MacBook Air.

Let’s at this situation this way: these chips+ a pinch of Occam’s Razor+ assuming Taniyama-Shimura= a reasonable answer. A new MacBook Pro. That means an update of the 13-inch MacBook Pro that is currently available on the market. The one MacBook Pro that all Apple fans are waiting for. Fans want an updated version of it where they will see no Intel’s Coffee Lake architecture, no Butterfly Keyboard. A device that will stop being behind the other MacBook devices.

WWDC 2020 digital event is approaching very soon. We kind of expect Apple to share a few details about the upcoming device before the developer conference. But only time will tell whether the internet belief on MacBook Pro is right or wrong.

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