The Apple MacBook Pro is due for a Refresh Rate, and Apple’s powerful laptop is reportedly bringing in a big performance boost, according to a tipster.
A brand new leak points into a 4TB storage option with 32GB of RAM. The leak doesn’t include the launching date of this refreshed MacBook Pro, but if preceding reports should be considered, it is going to start in Q2 this year, which implies Apple will unveil this month.
The other specifications recorded include an Intel Core i7-1068NG7 using a base clock rate of 2.3GHz along with a increase of 4.1GHz, together with 32GB of RAM. These specs imply it’s going to be a high end version, and it’s likely that a less expensive variant with an i5 chip will follow.
Back in Februarythe identical tipster maintained that the refreshed 2020 MacBook Pro will include the Intel Core i7-1068NG7 processor, 32GB of RAM, and a 2TB SSD. He also shared a contrast of this 3DMark Time Spy benchmark score of Intel’s 8th Gen Core i5-8279U processor found in the 13-inch MacBook Pro (2019), against the 10th Gen Intel Core i7-1068NG7 processor expected to be present in the 2020 MacBook Pro.
The 2019 variants of the MacBook Pro, as recorded on Apple’s website, include 8GB of RAM from the 13-inch version and 16GB of RAM from the 16-inch version. As for storage, the 13-inch has around 512GB while the 16-inch has around 1TB. If these rumours prove to be authentic, Apple will probably be offering quite a significant upgrade, at least internally, with the 2020 13-inch MacBook Pro refresh.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously said the 2020 MacBook Pro refresh will launch in Q2 2020. Kuo also said that Apple will replace the present 13-inch MacBook Pro using a 14.1-inch model.