Reports suggests that Apple may release a new MacBook Pro on November 20

The upcoming MacBook might feature a revamped keyboard a new screen size.

Apple is riding high on the success of its iPhone 11 trio as critics and users alike have praised its cameras. Rumors suggest that the Cupertino giant might launch a new MacBook Pro as soon as next week. Bloomberg reveals that the new MacBook Pro will go official around next Wednesday, i.e. next Wednesday.

Reports suggests that Apple may release a new MacBook Pro on November 20
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Apple might soon confirm the rumors by sending invites for the launch but critics are already saying that it will be the best MacBook Pro. The list of upgrades isn’t huge but won’t be subtle either. MacBook Pro’s controversial keyboard will be replaced with something more feasible, along with a much bigger screen. Rumors point to a 16 inches display. Previous generations of the MacBook Pro hovered around either 13 inches or 15 inches screen but this will be unconventional.

The revamped keyboard will be “designed to be more reliable” than the butterfly-mechanism keyboards that are used on the MacBooks since 2016. Apple has tweaked the keyboard a lot but in vain. It is globally panned by critics. The main issues that users face are stuck keys, repeated keystrokes, and other problems.

Coming to the pricing of the upcoming MacBooks, the reports suggest that the MacBook Pro 16-inch will launch at almost the same price as the 15-inch model that is at $2,399, approximately ₹1,71,973. The MacBook Pro 15-inch sells for ₹1,99, 900 in India. But there isn’t any confirmation as to when will the new model make its way to India.


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