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16-inch MacBook Pro enhances speakers, non-noise microphones, and a "4% larger" 15.4-inch screen



Following yesterday's report on Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro that can be released immediately on Wednesday, Bloomberg journalist Mark Gorman this morning shared some additional details about the upcoming machine via Twitter.


According to Gourmet, the display of the new "MacBook Pro" is less than four percent larger than the current 15.4-inch "MacBook Pro", suggesting that "it will really be a higher resolution" than a significant increase in screen real estate.

Gourmet offers no clues to the exact resolution, but reliable IHS Markit analyst Effe Lin claims in June that the 16-inch MacBook Pro will have an LCD panel with a resolution of 3,072,1920 pixels provided by LG Display. For comparison, the 15-inch MacBook Pro ِ has a resolution of 2,880 × 1,800 pixels.

In addition, Gorman says the new 16-inch MacBook Pro will have "impressive speakers" and "noise-canceling microphones", which sounds like calling for an improved ambient noise reduction feature that will allow users to capture less background noise when using built-in microphones, which improves dictation and FaceTime calls.


Otherwise, Gorman reiterates Apple's focus on providing users with a more secure keyboard that uses a new scissor switch mechanism, which is "similar to an external magic keyboard".

The new 16-inch machine, which will be the largest laptop Apple has offered for sale since the 17-inch MacBook Pro has been discontinued, will replace the current 15-inch model and "cost the same," Gorman revealed on Tuesday. . 15-inch MacBook Pro]starts at $ 2,399.

Apple is said to be holding private press briefings this week in its luxurious New York City yard, likely providing media sites with first-hand reviews. Apple is sure to announce the new 16-inch MacBook Pro with a press release as there are no more Apple events expected this year.


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