Apple might be releasing the M1X MacBook Pro sooner than we thought

Rumors have been flying for a few months now that Apple will release two new MacBook Pro models, supposedly built with a more powerful M1X (or M2) chip. While we didn’t see anything unveiled at WWDC 2021 on June 7, new information suggests we might not have to wait much longer to see what Apple has been working on.

LeaksApplePro predicts that at least one of the new MacBook Pro models could arrive in Week 31, though no mention has been made regarding which of the two could make the early appearance.

The Apple never falls far from the Q3

Both the MacBook Pro 14-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch models are expected to feature a mini-LED display, similar to the new iPad Pro 12.9-inch 2021 that got the M1 treatment earlier this year. It was previously reported that key display components won’t ship to the Apple factories until Q3 of 2021, so we weren’t expecting either of the two new models to hit the shelves until potentially as late as 2022.

LeaksApplePro also mentions that the predicted dates mentioned could be subject to change given the ongoing production delays for essential components like those mini-LED displays and a global silicon shortage, but WCCFTech points out in its reporting that they haven’t had the best track record when it comes to accuracy with leaked information so take this with a pinch of salt.

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