MacBook Pro with Day-LED Display may be quiet for September-November, MacBook Air by mid-2022

Apple is scheduled to release a new MacBook Pro later this year, and a new report seems to confirm that claim. The next-gen MacBook Pro is expected to be launched in the third quarter of this year, probably sometime between September and November.

This MacBook Pro will come with a Mini-LED display, a new technology that relies on thousands of small rear-facing LEDs to offer high comparable prices for deep blacks.

TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reports separately that the MacBook Air with a Mini-LED display also works.

Koo’s investment note has been reached by 9to5Mac and says the MacBook Air with a Mini-LED display will launch shortly in mid-2022.

This could mean that Apple could launch it during WWDC 2022 or even at its spring event. The analyst says the next MacBook Air will reportedly come with Mini-LED display technology and may come with a 13.3-inch display size.

Koo had previously spoken about the 2022 MacBook Air launch, but did not provide details on a specific plan. Next year’s MacBook Air is expected to see a design update and integrate the Apple M2 chip with it.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports in his Power Power newsletter, accessed by 9to5Mac, that Apple’s highest-paid MacBook series will be launched between September and November this year.

The report says the MacBook Pro model will also come with a Mini-LED display. This is in line with what Koo reported at the launch of the MacBook Pro in the third quarter of this year.

In the newsletter, Gurman states, “These new MacBooks should have been introduced earlier, but the problems with the new Mini-LED display have made you more productive.”

Previous reports indicate that the new MacBook Pro models to be launched in September are expected to arrive at 14-inch and 16-inch sizes and may be powered by the Apple M1X processor.

The M1X chip is expected to significantly improve the performance and power of the current M1 chips.

Leaks indicate that next-gen MacBook Pro models may have a redesigned chassis, MagSafe magnetic charger, and multiple ports for connecting external drive and devices. Apple may be restoring the HDMI port and SD card.

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