Apple is possibly releasing the M1X-powered MacBook Pro this month

The Apple MacBook Pro is as of now a commendable competitor in the list of best laptops and it’s going to settle the score better with the forthcoming Apple Silicon upgrade. The MacBook Pro 2021 is recommended to feature a new design and colors like the 21 inch iMac 2021, mini LED displays, a substantially more impressive ARM-based M1X chipset with up to 64GB of RAM, faster charging, and the return of an HDMI port, SD card reader, and a MagSafe connector for the charger. It’s turning out to be an interesting gadget, and we mightn’t be excessively far off of a launch now.

As per industry insider Mark Gurman in his Power On newsletter (through FrontPageTech), Apple is gearing up to launch the new M1X chipset at an October event. In 2020, Apple made the long-awaited migration to its custom ARM-based eight-core M1 silicon. Not at all like the x86-64 Intel chips used by Apple to power its laptops, the ARM-based silicon arrives in a system-on-a-chip (SoC) format — actually like on an iPhone or iPad. Notwithstanding the 10-core CPU, the Apple M1X chip will possibly offer the decision between GPUs with 16 and 32 cores.

The chip is additionally scheduled to accompany better neural processing abilities and feature support for up to an astounding 64GB of RAM. In any case, a report by AppleTrack back in July proposed that the new M1X Macs might be covered at 32GB of RAM. It’s theorized this move can be viewed because of low demand for Apple’s 64GB RAM configuration on existing Macs.

Apple recently launched the iPhone 13 series, the Apple Watch Series 7, and a set of new iPads at its September event. We’re excited to perceive what the new MacBook Pros have to bring to the table, particularly if the launch event is when it appears. Considering that a portion of the current year’s Apple leaks have failed to materialize, make a point to take this news with a healthy dose of skepticism.