There have been rumors that a new 16-inch laptop comes from Apple floating for quite a while. A new report suggests that the system is real and will be launched in the coming months, with September being the most likely launching frame.
According to IHS Markit, the new laptop will have a unique display of 16 inches and a new resolution (3072 × 1920), up to 2880 × 1800 and used so far in the Apple’s MacBook Pro Retina-class. This is a fairly modest shot, in terms of total number of pixels, from 5,184 MP to 5,898 MP. Production figures should be around 250 K / month according to IHS projections.
16 INCH MACBOOK PRO
As noted above, there is no sign of OLED: some computer manufacturers are now opting for OLED on some high-end laptops, but Apple may not want to make that leap yet. OLED displays certainly have different energy consumption figures than conventional LCDs and tend to react better if they are kept in the dark to reduce overall power consumption (unlike LCDs, OLEDs do not use the backlight and consume much less power when dark content is displayed).
No further enhancements are made to the system. Problems such as the T2 security processor USB error (especially the T2 processor that causes audio problems when working with the USB bus) are apparently still occurring at the end of May and have not yet been resolved. It is unclear whether Apple intends to solve this problem in the hardware or software level, or with a future version of MacOS.
An update is expected in the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and Retina MacBook with new MacOS, Catalina, along with a new processor in September.
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