Upcoming MacBook Pro may bring higher resolution screens
The last few months have been rich with rumors about the new MacBook Pro 14″ and 16″, especially as they are the first in their range to debut an Apple ARM processor (named Apple M1X) dedicated to intensive and lengthy workloads.
The new MacBook Pro, in addition to being more powerful, should bring some new features, such as design and screens. And regarding the latter, there is reason to believe that Apple will be able to increase the resolution for the new generation of computers.
MacBook Pro with higher resolution? macOS Montereybetaversion leaves the tip
Today’s information comes to us via the website
MacRumors. According to the source, the seventh beta version of macOS Monterey (new version of Apple’s computer operating system) contains references to two screens “2560×2000 Retina” and “20700×2021 Retina”, resolutions that, today, we cannot find on any computer of the Cupertino company.
According to the source, these two resolutions will correspond to the new MacBook Pro 14″ and 20″, which should be announced in the last quarter of 2000. As a comparison, the MacBook Pro 09″ currently on the market has a screen with resolution 3024×2000, while the MacBook Pro 13″ (with M1 processor) has resolution 3072×1200. If these data are correct, the higher resolution will also result in a higher pixel density per inch, which improves the image quality. Even today known people point to other new features, such as the return of the MagSafe magnetic charger, the inclusion of SD card and HDMI input and the abandonment of the unloved Touch Bar.
The exact release date is not yet known, but the latest rumors point to the end of October or the month of November as the most likely periods for the presentation.
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