Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro is Coming by the End of This Month

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As Apple’s October Event is getting closer, the rumors about the 16-Inch MacBook Pro are getting more and more intrusive. Among the most intriguing ones is the highly-anticipated 16-inch MacBook Pro which should be released by the end of this month.

According to a report from the DigiTimes, who’ve cited supply chain sources, the Taiwanese manufacturer Quanta Computer has already begun shipping the 16-inch MacBook Pro. The report also adds that Apple’s next-gen MacBook Pro will have super thin bezels and a 16-inch display that will actually fit into a 15-inch chassis.

In fact, this claim might not be too far off, as an icon of the 16-inch MacBook Pro which has recently been leaked also spots decently thin bezels. So, if rumors prove to be true, you’ll get a new MacBook Pro with a 15-inch chassis that features a 3072 x 1920 display and is shipped with a 96W USB-C charger.

Note that the thinner bezels allow Apple to incorporate a larger display without increasing the footprint of the notebook in a meaningful way.

The new 16-inch MacBook Pro is also expected to have next-gen chips from Intel, however, the device might be a bit pricey, with some reports claiming it may cost as much as $2900.

Yet, the most interesting part of the rumor is that Apple’s new MacBook Pro will reportedly be the first MacBook to completely abandon the much-maligned butterfly-style keyboard that Apple introduced a few years ago but appeared to be untrustworthy.

The news about the 16-inch MacBook Pro are not confirmed yet, though, we expect to hear it just in time for Apple’s October event.

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