Since Ming-Chi Kuo issued his latest predictions, the internet has been abuzz with the prospect of a new MacBook Pro 16 with a new design to be launched sometime in 2019. Yesterday, we brought a concept of what this new machine look might look like; now it was the turn of the 9to5Mac publish your own renders what this new big-screen machine would look like.
In the site's view, the 16-inch MacBook Pro would not be an addition to the current 13 and 15-inch models; instead, the larger version of the computer would simply have its screen edges reduced so that the panel occupied the entire top surface. Remember that the current 15-inch MacBook Pro actually has a 15.4-inch screen, so juggling to 16 or 16.5 inches wouldn't have to be all that outrageous.
With the exception of the screen, the supposed new MacBook Pro would not bring so many differences compared to current models: we will still have the same Thunderbolt 3 ports, the same Touch Bar, the same keyboard and trackpad, and overall design which, as we may wish, is not there. news
Leveraging the concept of 9to5Mac, O YouTuber Jonathan Morrison, of TLD, shared a video displaying the ideas of the site and complementing with their own opinions. He hopes that instead of an increase in resolution, Apple will put a brighter panel on the new machine; The inclusion of Face ID instead of Touch ID would also be a welcome addition by Morrison.
Remember that if Apple actually shrinks the edges of the MacBook Pro, the smaller model should also get the change; In this case, we may see a new line of computer with 14 and 16 inch models. To be?