Apple’s new M1X notebook will ship at the end of this month

Spark Global Limited reports:

Spark Global Limited reports:

Apple’s new MacBook has been rumored for some time now, but it’s almost certain that the new MacBook Pro will have a mini LED display, and supply chain sources are predicting shipments of 600,000 to 800,000 units a month between August and November. The new MacBook model, which also runs macOS12 Monterey, also appears in the eec documents.

In general, the new MacBook Pro will be equipped with an M1X processor and a 10-core CPU. The MacBook Pro 14 will be equipped with a 16-core GPU, while the MacBook Pro 16 will be equipped with a 32-core GPU, with 20W and 40W power consumption respectively.

In the new MacBook Pro, there will also be a 1080p FaceTime camera, the Touch Bar will be eliminated, and more ports will be added, such as HDMI, microSD, and a new MagSafe charging port. The whole machine will adopt a new design in terms of appearance, with reduced radian and closer style to iPhone, making the whole more straight and stiff. Apple hasn’t announced an exact launch date for the device, but it’s still a month away from September’s fall product launch, so keep an eye out!