A DigiTimes report claims that Apple suppliers have begun mass production of its upcoming revamped 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, with a goal of reaching as many as 800,000 monthly shipments of the laptop by the end of November.
The new MacBook Pro models are expected to boast a new design, which includes flat-edges and more ports, mini-LED displays, and powered by faster Apple Silicon chips. Most reports indicate that the new laptops will debut before the end of the year.
Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman said in July that we can expect Apple to unveil redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros sometime between September and November.
Gurman said the revamped MacBook Pros will begin production during the third quarter and that he expects Apple to announce them “between September and November at the latest.” Last November saw Apple unveil an updated Mac mini, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro, all powered by its new M1 Apple Silicon.
The new releases are expected to be among a large number of product releases from the Cupertino firm, including new Apple Watches, AirPods, and iPhones.
Apple recently filed multiple upcoming products, including Macs and Apple Watches in the Eurasian database. While the filing only includes the model’s IDs, they are believed to be upcoming MacBook Pros and Apple Watch Series 7 models.