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New Apple computers declassified

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Apple laptops scheduled for fall will receive a new chip and up to two terabytes of internal memory. This is reported by the publication GizmoChina.

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According to sources, the company is preparing to launch a series of notebooks based on the new M1X processor. The chip received eight productive and two energy efficient cores. The models will come with 16, 32 or 64 gigabytes of RAM and SSDs up to two terabytes.

From the declassified data, it follows that the company will present two models of MacBook Pro – with displays for 14 and 16 inches. The screens will be based on a Mini-LED matrix. The devices will receive a display with thin bezels, a MagSafe charging port, an HDMI connector and an SD memory card slot.

Sources also said that Ruiyi Optoelectronics will supply Mini-LED screens. Quanta Computer will be responsible for assembling the rest of the device components.

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The announcement of the new MacBook may take place before the end of October.

In 2020, Apple announced that it was ditching Intel processors in its computers in favor of ARM chips. In November, the company introduced the new M1-based MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini.

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