After launching the first M1 MacBook Pro in November, all eyes have turned toward the next releases.
Opening up the clamshell of the upcoming 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros, one of the first things you might notice is that Apple has dumped the Touch Bar, according to the analysts inside info. When it introduced this configurable OLED touch strip in 2016 Apple heralded it as "groundbreaking... a touch of genius".
Gurman's information did differ from Kuo's in a couple of areas, however, noting that they'll feature only "minor design changes" and that it's also not a foregone conclusion that the Touch Bar will be going away. The report also says the MagSafe report will allow the MacBooks to charge "at a faster rate". It will probably be similar to the MagSafe connector of old - a magnetically held in place power connector - rather than the disc-shaped MagSafe induction charging system just introduced with the iPhone 12 line.
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UPDATE: Jan. 15, 2021, 12:56 p.m. CET Bloomberg has a report that's very similar to Kuo's.
As per the reports, Apple will be reducing their iMacs extensively by striding to a steady back instead of the existing curled one it has presently. Kuo had mentioned "more ports" indicating users would no longer have a need for dongles. The second version will use homemade chips, about half the size of the Mac Pro's aluminum.
The newest iMac focused on increased speed, an improved webcam, and also added an option for a matte/nano-texture display coating.
Apple is working on Apple's advanced silicon chips containing up to 16 power cores and four efficiency cores, which would eliminate any Intel CPU in terms of performance. As could be expected, the new machines will use Apple Silicon, offering more processing cores and better graphics when compared to the M1 chip now powering Apple Silicon-based Macs.