The latest reports published by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo clarified Apple’s plans for the next generation of MacBook Pro devices, as the tech giant prepares to cancel the Touch Bar in hardware design, and supports new devices with a MagSafe connector and a new design.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed in his previous report some details about the next generation of MacBook Pro, as Apple this year introduces the MacBook Air for 2021, the 13-inch MacBook Pro with a mini LED screen, and the Apple M1 chip.
In the report of the analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, the new explained that Apple plans to launch the upcoming MacBook Pro with a major change in design, as the new versions come with a square design in the upper and lower halves, and Apple also supports the new devices with the MagSafe charging connector that was presented in the MacBook Air during 2017.
Apple is also moving to cancel the Touch Bar with OLED panels from the upcoming MacBook Pro, provided that the new devices include physical keys.
Apple also supports MacBook Pro 2021 with an Apple chip that is based on the Arm design, which supports Apple in adding new design changes, with a more efficient thermal system in the 16-inch premium version.