Updating macbook pro
Even though we’ve already seen and used Mac OS Catalina, that doesn’t mean we couldn’t get some more features in a future Mac Book Pro, such as one of the models mentioned above.
A patent from 2017 indicated that Apple could be considering adding hand and eye tracking to Mac OS.
The latest report from Kuo pulled back that claim, instead indicating that the forthcoming 2019 16-inch Mac Book Pro will be the first to debut this new “scissor switch” keyboard before they eventually make it to the rest of the lineup of Mac Books in 2020.
Mac OS Catalina is this year’s update to Mac OS, and it includes a number of new features that all Mac users can enjoy. While Mac Books remain without touchscreens for the foreseeable future, the new Sidecar feature allows you to pair an i Pad with your Mac Book Pro and control your Mac or use your i Pad as a second screen.
In addition to the larger display, this Mac Book Pro is rumored to have an even more powerful processor, although it would lack an OLED screen and instead settle for a 3072 x 1920 LCD display.
Not much else is known about this 16-inch model so far, but it would make sense for Apple to offer two Mac Book Pro updates at the same time, especially if these will be announced together at a special event.
We assumed Apple would stick to its guns, but according to a new report from reputable leaker Ming-Chi Kuo, a new keyboard is on the way.
Among other benefits, this means that people can use their Apple Pencil to draw or mark up documents on their Macs via the i Pad.
Other features include the introduction of three new mobile apps to replace i Tunes and an updated Photos app.
However, there are still some interesting rumors afloat about Apple adding even more models to the Mac Book Pro family in the coming year or two, including a completely redesigned 16-inch model that would replace the current 15-inch offerings.
Let’s take a look at what Apple has changed so far, and what new changes to the Mac Book Pro could be on the horizon.