As indicated by a report by Apple Insider, the LCD model will be running at 3072×1920 pixels, and assembly obligations are said to be performed by Quanta and Foxconn.
A new update hints that Apple’s release window for a possible 16-inch MacBook Pro has been narrowed down. As indicated by a supply chain report, the new MacBook Pro will have an LCD screen rather than an OLED. The LCD model will be running at 3072×1920 pixels, and assembly duties are said to be performed by Quanta and Foxconn accordingly to a report by Apple Insider.
The reports suggest that the screen should be 16.4-inch on the diagonal if the new model will have the same pixel density as the existing MacBook Pro. While it isn’t clear yet that if the report by UDN is sourced, or a repeat of previous predictions by other venues, they believe that the model will arrive at a price of over $3000.
The publication does not have a great track record with Apple’s specific product plans, and this particular report is doubtful since there are outlines that Apple will update the MacBook and 13-inch MacBook Pro again in 2019 eventually. The MacBook series will see its first notable bump in display size since Apple discontinued the 17-inch model in 2012. At present, the largest MacBook Pro on offer features a 15-inch Retina display that packs a resolution of 2880×1800 pixels. A Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) administrative website listed seven models before the July refresh on the MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro with two Thunderbolt 3 ports.