Apple recently announced that it will host an event on September 14 for the iPhone 13. While fans are anxiously waiting for the new iPhone, Apple has another major and the most awaited announcement to be made this fall; The new Apple silicon MacBook Pros.
It is expected that M1X based MacBook Pro models will arrive with 14 and 16-inch screen sizes. Although several reports cite component shortage issues, a new report claims that the redesigned MacBook Pro models are on schedule. However, DigiTimes recent report states that the production is as per the schedule, and the product will arrive later this fall.
The redesigned models will offer mini-LED displays and an improved Apple chip. People following the issue closely state that the shipment of these mini-LEDs and the components associated with assembly are on time. Apple is highly expected to launch the new MacBook Pro models in October or November this year.
Earlier this month, a report stated that the global component shortage has also affected MacBook Pro production. It also stated that the production started back in August where assembly partners were aiming for 600,000 to 800,000 units per month. While all major manufacturers are suffering due to chip shortages, it is good to see that Apple’s redesigned MacBook Pro models are on schedule to launch this fall.