If the rumor is to be believed, Apple is set to announce two new MacBook Pros this month. If not sure, but there is still evidence to suggest that an update is imminent. According to Luke Miani who tweeted based on his search of 12 Apple Stores that are within 30 miles around him, none of them have a 16-inch MacBook Pros of shares.
This has raised suspicions that this is because Apple is planning to redesign the laptop, which is why they are not bothering to re -establish the current model and allow it to be fully shared. After all, why bother with some old product descriptions when they’re trying to push the new, right?
There are 12 Apple Stores within a 30 mile circle of me but none of them have a single 16 inch MacBook Pro in stock… accidentally? I think not pic.twitter.com/EQlRyQ8b6v
– Luke Miani (@LukeMiani) Oct. 2, 2021
Otherwise, there’s a chance that due to the lack of global memory, Apple may have run into models to stabilize research for the MacBook Pro, but it seems to be more than that. the reason could be due to recent updates. Apple hasn’t sent out any invitations or made any announcements about its plans for its next event, so we’ll have to wait and see.
Meanwhile, rumors say Apple will not be launching one, but two MacBook Pros. One will be a 14-inch model, which will be a brand new feature set, and the other a 16-inch model. They’re all reported on new gaming designs as well as new M1X chips, a possible / replacement to last year’s M1.