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Biometrics, Display, Network and Chipsets are areas of evolution of the MacBook Pro 2022



Biometrics, Display, Network and Chipsets are areas of evolution of the MacBook Pro 2022


MacRumors believes the MacBook Pro series will be upgraded in four directions: biometrics, display, network and chips.

In keeping with Apple’s usual way of working, after a product receives a significant design update, the various subsequent products tend to receive minor updates, and recently, MacRumors followed that basis of analysis and made a number of predictions about the hardware updates the 2022 MacBook Pro may receive in the future.

What will we see in MacBooks in the future?

MacRumors believes the MacBook Pro series will be upgraded in four directions: biometrics, display, network and chips.

face ID

While Apple executives claim that Touch ID is more convenient on the MacBook Pro, sources say Apple has been working on implementing Face ID on the Mac for some time. Apple initially plans to introduce Face ID on the 24-inch iMac in 2021, but the feature has been delayed to a later iteration of the model.

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The M2 Pro and M2 Max will presumably replace Apple’s M1 Pro and M1 Max Chips. Just like the M1 Pro and M1 Max are enhanced versions of the M1 Chipset. The M2 Chipset is expected to debut in the redesigned MacBook Air in 2022. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the Chipset will have the same 8-core CPU as the M1, and is expected to have additional GPU cores with GPU options of 9 and 10 cores, for the main 7 and 8 cores as GPU options on the original M1 Chipset.

Dual-layer OLED displays

Display industry sources have reported that Apple is developing dual-layer OLED displays for a variety of future devices, including the MacBook Pro model, which can be up to twice as bright as the existing display.

5G connectivity

According to Bloomberg’s Gurman, Apple may add this feature to the next generation MacBook Air and eventually the MacBook Pro. Apple currently depends on Qualcomm, but is working on its custom modem that could come to the iPhone as early as 2023. MacRumors also mentioned that Apple is expected to release the next-generation MacBook Pro in mid-2022 or early 2023.

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