Apple could release more new MacBooks this year

Ruben Fields
June 16, 2019

Apple has described all of them as "portable" computers, meaning they are going to be notebooks.

A new report shows the company revealing 7 new product numbers, the 5-character codes that it classifies its laptops with, published at the Eurasian Economic Commission database, reported by MacRumors.

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These filings are quite a reliable indicator that new products are incoming. But as MacRumors points out, it's been a while since there's been a refresh of the 12-inch MacBook laptop, and about eight months since the MacBook Air was refreshed. There could also be an upgrade to the MacBook Air but since the device was launched in October 2019, it might just not be the case. There will be an 11 Inch MacBook Air, 12 Inch MacBook Air and a 13 Inch MacBook Air announced by Apple in the coming months, as per the insider's reports. On the other hand, the last refresh for the MacBook Air lineup was last October; therefore, it's less likely that the Airs made the list. It could get a spec bump (probably Intel's Ice Lake chips?) almost a year after its launch. But it seems Apple could be planning on rolling out more new MacBooks later this year. It also makes sense if Apple launched a new MacBook with optional 4G LTE connectivity for people who work on the go. The 16-inch MacBook Pro could offer a bigger screen while retaining the same form factor as the 15-inch MacBook Pro, thanks to the thinner bezels.

Apple fans have something to look forward to later this year. It might be released later this year, given that the MacBook Pro was given a refresh very recently. Kuo claims the upcoming 16-inch MacBook Pro would be targeted at professional designers and gaming users.

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