Apple has started volume production for new MacBook Pro, with monthly shipments of the notebooks expected to arrive at 600,000-800,000 units during the period from August to November, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
Initially, it was rumored that the new MacBooks could launch around WWDC; however, that never materialized.
Previous rumors have suggested the notebook will get a flatter design with reduced bezels, a 1080p webcam, SD card reader, three thunderbolt USB-C ports, MagSafe, and HDMI. It's also said to feature an M1X processor that offers more thunderbolt channels, cpu cores, gpu cores, multiple monitor support, and more.
Currently, the new MacBook Pro is expected to launch between September and November.
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