Apple is planning to unveil new MacBook Pro models at its annual developers conference in June, according to a prominent leaker.
In a tweet on Monday, hit-or-miss leaker Jon Prosser claimed that he could confirm that MacBook Pro models would be arriving at Apple’s WWDC 2021 conference.
Prosser didn’t offer any additional details about the models, but his tweet comes on the heels of a Bloomberg report that new MacBook Pro models could arrive as soon as the summer.
Apple is reportedly working on a 14-inch MacBook Pro and a 16-inch MacBook Pro that could be offered with two processor options. Both processors will feature eight high-performance cores and two energy-efficient cores. The 10-core processors could also include 16 or 32 graphic options. They may support up to 64GB of unified RAM.
In addition, the new MacBook Pro models are also rumored to bring back a wider variety of port options. According to the latest rumors, they’ll include a new MagSafe charging port, as well as an HDMI port and an SD card slot.
Apple doesn’t typically unveil new hardware at WWDC 2021, but it has announced Mac models at the software-focused event in the past.
WWDC 2021 kicks off with a keynote address at 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m. Eastern on Monday, June 7.
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