Maybe hold off on buying yourself a new MacBook Pro for a few months
It’s looking ever more likely that the MacBook Pro 2021 will arrive this fall, with Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reiterating that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro 2021 could be coming anytime between September and November.
Flagged in his ‘Power On’ newsletter (via MacRumors), Gurman claimed that the next-gen MacBook Pros were supposedly due earlier this year, but complications around mini-LED display tech production saw their launch pushed back to the fall.
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