New Apple rumor is every fan's dream come true

Ruben Fields
February 19, 2019

But it appears the American tech giant is set to introduce another redesign of the hardware later this year that has a larger display, a new report has insisted.

MacRumors reports that Apple is slated to debut a 31.6-inch 6K display with a Mini LED-like backlight design later this year, according to a new research note made by reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is known for predicting Apple's future product pipeline. After all, Face ID is present in the iPad Pro now, and with Touch ID readily present in both the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro lineup, what's stopping Apple from using advanced facial recognition in the 16-inch model?

A lot of you may have read that Apple is reportedly planning a MacBook Pro design overhaul, revealing that the screen size might increase to a minimum of 16 inches diagonally.

Kuo also said Apple might give its 13-inch Pro a 32GB option, which is something professionals will also welcome.

The Cupertino-based firm used to sell a Thunderbolt Display but it was discontinued back in 2016. The company was renowned for quality displays (with a price to match) until it stopped making them altogether in 2016.

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The note also suggests the 13-inch MacBook Pro will come with 32 GB of RAM, which is a major upgrade from the 16GB of RAM that now ships with the 13-inch model. New features include larger batteries, reverse wireless charging, better indoor positioning and navigation, and "frosted glass casing".

A pair of new iPad Pro models could also be on the way this year with all-new processors.

"He said, "The new 5.8" OLED may support DSDS, and the new 6.1" LCD may be upgraded to 4GB.

Bilateral wireless charging will allow iPhone owners to charge other devices, such as their AirPods, with their smartphone.

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