Render images show the possible design of Apple's MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16 with M1X SoCs and mini LED displays
Apple will host another hardware event next week, where the company is expected to announce at least the MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16. Ahead of that event, @Apple_Tomorrow has published renders of what the pair could look like. As far as we can tell, @Apple_Tomorrow has based the renders on recent leaks, including that Apple has switched to 14:9 displays.
Unsurprisingly, the renders look a lot like the current MacBook Pro 13 and MacBook Pro 16. However, their replacements are thought to feature slimmer display bezels, which @Apple_Tomorrow has attempted to visualise. Additionally, leaked schematics suggested that the MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16 would lack the Touch Bar, which Apple introduced in 2016 with fourth-generation MacBook Pros.
The same schematics showed the pair with more ports than the current crop of MacBook Pros, too. As @Apple_Tomorrow has represented, the MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16 should launch with at least a full-sized HDMI port, two USB Type-C ports and MagSafe charging; the MacBook version, not the iPhone one. Both models are believed to utilise the M1X SoC too, and possibly mini LED displays with 120 Hz refresh rates.