M1X Macbook Pro to Launch by the End of This Month

M1X MacBook Pro
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In the California Streaming event, Apple released the iPhone 13 lineup, 10.2-inch base iPad, the iPad Mini 6, and the Apple Watch Series 7 earlier last month. However, there was no sign of the quite famous M1 MacBook lineup. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple will reveal the new MacBook Pro with the M1X processor.

The M1 MacBook is a big hit. It has excellent performance, and the battery life is icing on the cake. The battery life on the M1 MacBook has been reported to be way way better than what the competitors in a similar price range offer. There were already rumours about the M1X MacBook for a long time.

Read more: MacBook Pro 14 and 16 Coming in Q4 of 2021

Power On, which is Gurman’s newsletter, informs that the M1X powered MacBooks are “still on tap for 2021”. Considering Apple’s track record of hosting the MacBook event later to the iPhone launches, we can expect the M1X MacBook to launch this month.

M1X Macbook pro

This is what Gurman has to say about different models of the MacBook –

“The Apple M1X chip, the likely name for a more graphic-intense and professional-focused M1 chip, is indeed still on tap for 2021. We’ll likely see it show up first in a new range of MacBook Pros in the next month and a higher-end Mac mini at some point. The M1X has been developed in two variations: both with 10 CPU cores (eight high-performance and two high-efficiency) and either 16 or 32 graphics cores.”

The new MacBook might come with a redesigned housing, extra I/O ports, card reader, etc. There are also rumors that the company might remove the touch bar from the M1X MacBook Pro and implement MagSafe Wireless charging.

Apple always comes with surprises. All we can do is wait and watch what Apple has to offer this time around with the new M1X MacBook Pro. What are your thoughts on the new M1X MacBook Pro? Let us know in the comments below, and until then, stay tuned to Oyprice, and subscribe to our YouTube channel for regular news and updates.

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