The much-rumoured MacBook Pro 2021 with a new M1X chip looks ever more likely to arrive this fall, with reliable tipster Mark Gurman noting new MacBook Pros are set to arrive in the “coming months.”
Gurman noted this in his latest Power On newsletter, where he says that Apple’s transition to completely abandoning Intel chips completely and moving onto its own Apple Silicon is set to be done by the end of 2022. And it would appear the redesigned MacBook Pros, thought too be coming in 14-inch and 16-inch models, will lead that charge this fall.
Just a few weeks ago, Gurman stated that the potential MacBook Pro with M1X could be coming anytime between September and November. This would be logical as, Apple frequently launches devices in the fall.
Last year saw the debut of the Apple Watch Series 6 and iPad Air in September, followed by the iPhone 12 range a month later. This year, the iPhone 13 is tipped for a September reveal, and new MacBook Pros and potentially the iPad mini 6 also slated for a showcase in the fall.