Concept renders show the next Apple MacBook Pro 16's presumed design
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Last week, Luke Miani and Ian Zelbo published renders of the MacBook Pro 14, in what Miani described could be the device's final design. Now, Antonio De Rosa, a designer, has visualised how these changes could apply to the MacBook Pro 16, the second MacBook Pro that Apple is expected to announce this summer.
We should stress that these are concept renders; De Rosa does not pretend that they are anything else. Nonetheless, the renders show some of the changes we can expect from Apple's next 16-inch MacBook Pro. These include, for example, no Touch Bar, a revised keyboard, and narrower display bezels.
Additionally, De Rosa has included the I/O selection that has leaked, such as an HDMI port, an SD card reader, and a MagSafe connection. According to Jon Prosser, Apple plans to unveil its next MacBook Pros at WWDC 2021, which starts on June 7. Supposedly, Apple is saving mini-LED displays for next year, but it will equip its new MacBook Pros with more powerful SoCs, as we discussed earlier this month.