Apple providers have started mass production of the impending upgraded 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, planning to reach upwards of 800,000 monthly shipments of the PC before the finish of November, as per new announcing from DigiTimes.
Macintosh’s impending 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro have been rumored for what feels like an eternity, yet their launch is relied upon to be close. Various reports have proposed Apple is planning a busy fall season of product releases, including new iPhones, Apple Watches, and AirPods.
The 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, which are relied upon to feature a brand new mini-LED display, an updated design, and an all the more impressive Apple silicon chip, will make a big appearance before the year’s end. Production of the laptops was generally answered to have begun in the third quarter of the year, and DigiTimes’ report today has affirmed those reports.
A past report by DigiTimes showed that the new laptops would launch in September, apparently close by the forthcoming iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7. While theoretically conceivable, Apple would almost certainly be more happy with hosting a second event this fall dedicated completely to the Mac as opposed to include it in the expected September iPhone keynote.
Last week, Apple filed various unreleased products, including Macs and Apple Watches for the Eurasian database. While the filing just incorporates the model’s IDs, they are probably going to be the impending MacBook Pros and Apple Watch Series 7.
In any case, at whatever point Apple decide to release the new laptops, they’re relied upon to be in high demand. Apple has reportedly invested more than $200 million in getting extra production capacity with respect to mini-LED displays for the laptops and has effectively looked for extra providers for its supply chain.