Apple could launch its 13-inch MacBook Pro update on Monday, according to a major lessor, the updated model could include both a 14-inch screen and faster processor configurations.
There are rumors that Apple has been preparing an update for the 13-inch MacBook Pro for some time, with previous speculation and rumors pointing to a May launch of the model. In a Monday morning tweet, it was suggested that a new model could arrive later today.
at Twitter, Jon Prosser of FrontPageTech once again offered the prospect of launching a new model, declaring that it is “inbound” and “today”. Informing what’s coming, the tweet refers to a Prosser from April 4, about the arrival of the 13-inch MacBook Pro in May.
In subsequent tweets, Prosser is asked what time the launch could take place. Prosser does not specify when the launch will take place, but advises subscribers to “just keep an eye on the website for the next two hours”.
Prosser’s previous tweets claimed that the updated model was codenamed “J223”. While calling it the 13-inch model, he suggests that using a 14-inch screen is “a great possibility”. Other rumors have pointed to its use of the new Magic Keyboard and 10th generation Intel processors, although the details of what the chips remain largely unknown.
Prosser has recently become prominent for leaks, including a series of s surrounding the launch of the iPhone SE update, sources also claiming that Apple is working on Xcode for iOS and iPadOS.