Apple first introduced the MacBook Pro 13 “, the MacBook Air and Mac Mini to the new M1 processors in November 2020 – followed by the 21.5” iMac in the spring. Unlike the models launched in November, the M1-iMac was a completely new design.
Next up is the MacBook Pro with “Apple Silicon”
But there are still some Intel models that Apple will switch to their own chips in the future. So far, Apple has used the same processor in all models – the company has not yet offered more powerful versions of Apple chips. But it is widely expected that Apple will next offer a completely redesigned successor to the MacBook Pro range. Both devices come with 14 “and 16” screens – with mini-LED backlighting that Apple already uses on the iPod Pro and Pro-XDR display.
Production issues on display
But delivery disruptions occur precisely with displays – and according to Bloomberg, this is the reason why Apple did not plan the presentation until next fall. Mark Kurman, usually very well known Bloomberg Apple wants to know if it will offer new models between September and November 2021.
Last fall, Apple hosted a total of three events, including the launch of a new iPod Air, HomePot Mini, iPhone 12 series and the first M1 Max – and according to Bloomberg, Apple plans a similar product this fall – and event fireworks.
Difficult supply level is expected
It is generally considered that many customers have postponed the purchase of the “MacBook Pro 16” after announcing the switch to their own chips – so the supply situation for the new models will be very tense next fall. Even after the first M1 Max was delivered the last fall some customers had to wait until the beginning of 2021 for it to finally arrive.