The latest leak claimed that the upcoming 14-inch MacBook Pro would arrive by 2021, instead of late 2020.
The 2020 MacBook Pro is already listed on sale, but the devices didn’t feature any upgrade in the display. There had been various speculations in the past that Apple Inc. would probably bring upgraded display size, but after a 13-inch MacBook Pro refreshed this year, Mac users are wondering why the Cupertino didn’t upgrade the display.
A frustrated anonymous user @L0vetodream on Twitter wrote MBP14 next year. He had been sharing various rumors that the MacBook Pro will arrive in 14-inch-display this year, looks like the speculations will sail down in tears as he wrote “in my dreams” in his recent tweet. @L0vetodream’s account is new to Twitter, but his previous predictions and speculations were 100% correct.
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) May 11, 2020
He had successfully predicted the LiDAR sensor in iPad Pro, before the release of iPad Pro. He had also predicted the lunches and certain specs of AirPods, Magic Keyboard, and iPhone SE, all before the official launch previously. The prominent leaker, Jon Prosser has further backed @L0vetodream’s MBP14 next year claim. Prosser commented on the tweet by mentioning 100%, which made us believe that the information is somehow legit.
However, Apple Inc. has various windows of opportunities to upgrade the MacBook display before 2021. Apple Inc. recently announced they are working on their own Mac-processors (ARM-based Mac) for the MacBook Pro. The company can annex the display upgrading plans in the upcoming ARM-based MacBook Pro. Another early size change can happen when Apple decides to use the Mini LED screen with a technology upgrade in the upcoming MacBook.
The new 13-inch MacBook Pro hasn’t been on Apple Inc.’s standard because the device lacks various innovations. The company will probably think about re-building 13-inch MacBook Pro to 14-inch MacBook Pro due to bad reception. @L0vetodream has also claimed that Apple Inc. will revive 12-inch MacBook with Apple-designed ARM chip.