His Sunday talk, Mark Kurman gives some blinds about iPhone 13 and future MacBook Pro. Nose Bloomberg Describes the upcoming smartphones: they should, logically, work with the A15 chip, have a small peak, a screen designed to consume as little battery as possible, a 120 Hz refresh rate, as well as an “always running” mode Apple Watch.
So, like many Android smartphones that have long incorporated “always running” functionality, information can be accessed on a wait (so it no longer exists) screen. 120Hz – Like the Ax, it remains to be seen whether all models in the range will own it Latest news, Pro models only benefit from the promotion capabilities we know of on the iPod Pro from 2017 onwards.
Mark Curman plans to launch the new MacBook Pro between September and November, fitted with the 12.9-inch iPod Pro-style mini-LED screens released this year. These machines should have been released before, but there are issues surrounding the production of the shots.
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