Apple already presented its new ARM Silicon processor during WWDC 2020 and what is most expected now is to see the new processor being used in the brand’s notebooks. Many rumors indicate that this could happen even in 2020 on a MacBook Pro. Today we had access to what may be his technical sheet that covers some details, check it out now.
According to Komyia, who is the leaker responsible for the leak, the new 13-inch MacBook Pro should be one of the first to arrive with the new ARM processor, which must be based on the A14X and have a version with Intel, which should possibly be cheaper .
The RAM memory must have 3 versions: 8, 16 or even 32GB available depending on the model, where the storage should vary from 256GB and 4TB internal always in SSD.
MacBook Pro 13” (coming this October)
-Apple Silicon (A14X based) (Same as MacBook) or Intel chips (optional)
-4 USB-C ports
-two or four Thunderbolt 3 ports (optional)
-Shipped in Nov or Dec pic.twitter.com/cpPFwXvflC
— Komiya (@komiya_kj) August 3, 2020
The other specifications revealed include up to 4 USB-C ports and two or four Thunderbolt 3 ports, which are optional. The keyboard is the one with standard Magic Keyboard screens with the Touch Bar in the upper area and the Touch ID.
It is also mentioned that the notebook will have active heat dissipation, making use of fans to extract even more power from the new ARM processor or keep things “cool” in versions with Intel.
The leaker also gave information such as the launch date, which should take place in October, with the launch in the following month or at most in December for the price of 1099 dollars, which is R $ 5,838.88 in direct conversion, which matches what we recently saw rumors pointing to a new MacBook in the fourth quarter of 2020.
Regarding the price, it is worth remembering that another leak has already pointed out the same value for the MacBook Pro, while the MacBook Air should be a little more modest and therefore carry a lower value on the label.