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MacOS Catalina beta mentions new MacBook Pro 16

Beta code for new operating systems often becomes the source of many hardware leaks. For example, thanks to them, it became approximately known what future AirPods Pro will look like:

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Ilya Kichaev

October 18, 2019

Now the first image of the MacBook Pro 16 has appeared. It was found in the beta macOS Catalina 10.15.1. This is what MaxGeneration says.

On the left is the 15-inch MacBook Pro. On the right is the MacBook Pro 16. By the way, this is exactly what beta laptop will be called in beta, according to the publication. It seems that there are no significant differences, except for narrower frames. And indeed: if you do not pay attention to the screen, it's still the same MacBook Pro.

And at this moment you begin to doubt: an insider, Min-Chi Kuo, known for his true forecasts, said that the MacBook Pro 16, in addition to the new scissor-type keyboard, will receive a new design. And then some minor update turns out. And that is why it is difficult to believe in such a leak.

🔥 16-inch MacBook Pro concept by @EveryApplePro

I really hope (but it's very unlikely) we will get something like this! New MacBooks will be released this year, I think in September with new iPhones or in separate October event 🙌🏻

Are you excited? Which laptop do you use? pic.twitter.com/G25FNaOn9Y

– Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) June 27, 2019

On the other hand, here someone might not understand someone, and the MacBook Pro will really receive a minor update – the screen will simply become slightly larger, and that’s all. Otherwise, it will be the same laptop we know.

The new MacBook Pro is expected to show off next year. His presentation is likely to take place at WWDC 2020. It was previously assumed that he would be shown this fall, but something went wrong. According to rumors, Apple still has not chosen the type of display: there will be IPS or OLED.

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