Published: Mon, October 21, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro Renders Spotted in macOS Catalina Beta

Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro Renders Spotted in macOS Catalina Beta

Analysts used to say that Apple will release a 16-inch MacBook Pro this year. Earlier this week, MacGeneration discovered a new icon in a recently released macOS Catalina beta which seems to corroborate rumors that Apple has been working on a new MacBook Pro model. "Adding credence to the discovery is MacRumors, with the publication comparing the new 16" MacBook Icon to the current 15" version.

Apple fanatics are buzzing over the potential to get their hands on what would be Apple's largest MacBook Pro screen to date.

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The 16-inch MacBook Pro is rumored to be powered by up to 9th-Gen Intel Core Coffee Lake processors, paired with the redesigned scissor-style keyboard. Amongst other reports, there's a report via a Chinese website, Chongdiantou, that has shared an image of the rumoured MacBook's power adapter.

Naturally Apple is yet to comment on the rumours, or mention whether a product-focused event is on the cards. Though Apple traditionally introduces new computer hardware in October, it remains to be seen if Apple will hold a special media event this month or if it will quietly roll out a revamped MacBook Pro without a lot of fanfare. The notebook is shown in both Silver and Space Gray, with "16" in both filenames. These slightly larger versions of the MacBook Pro are almost identical to the current ones, so it looks like the next generation of the popular laptop line will not be getting an overhaul. In accordance with the record, the 16-inch MacBook Pro will comprise a 3072×1920 resolution screen. We still have to confirm the details of the pricing and, for this, we want you to stay on the lookout for future updates, which we will pass on to our readers as soon as possible.

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