Following the launch of Apple’s long-awaited 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, there are early signs that Apple may stop entering the 13-inch MacBook Pro model. It was last updated in November 2020, despite rumors of a refinement of the 13-inch MacBook Pro on the horizon at all, being the only device with Touch Bar and starting to look like the one out in the market release, 13 naa. -inch MacBook Pro is an anomaly now in Mac lineup.
Features such as the MagSafe 3, more ports, larger display sizes, 1080p webcam, full body buttons, mini-LED Liquid Retina XDR displays with ProMotion differentiate high-end MacBook Pro models from the entry level option more than usual. . Featuring a very small “Pro” function to justify its name, with these high-end devices aimed at professionals with hefty price tags, the world of the MacBook Pro is in doubt.
The similarities between the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro are another reason why the world of the MacBook Pro is unbelievable. There are many similarities between the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro, according to the buyer’s information guide, in terms of specification. For instance,
MacBook Air and MacBook Pro play the same M1 processor Both models have the same 13.3-inch display Both have Touch ID Number and the same ports Both are broadly similar in other hardware versions.
But there are several differences between the two devices that give the 13-inch MacBook Pro a slight edge over the MacBook Air, making it less and no different to everyday use.
For example, the light display, Touch bar, microphone and speaker quality, two extra hours of battery life, cooling system are some of the differences which does not give the MacBook Pro a very special edge on the MacBook Air.
Because it seems to be out of lineup, Apple found it difficult to justify an additional investment of $ 300 to users on the MacBook Pro model when compared with the price of the MacBook Air.
The Touch Bar was a good reason to get the MacBook Pro, but that was in previous years. Now, indicating that the technology is set to disappear across the board, Apple has removed the OLED from its new MacBook Pros.
It is now believed that with the redesigned MacBook Air launch, the current gap between the 13-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air will narrow even further.
The redesigned MacBook Air will require a new adrenaline rush for Apple users. This app features MagSafe 3, M2 chip, mini-LED display, full size function keys, 1080p webcam, and a new, slim design.
What was developed about these upgrades was the average price of the MacBook Air, which is always cheaper than the MacBook Pro. You can also easily leave the MacBook Pro entry level behind as a very small device.
All that being said and done, the possibility of Apple discontinuing the MacBook Pro remains at the rumor mill until any official information comes from the company. Apple can store both the M1 MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro, and introduce the 2022 22MacBook Air or “MacBook” at a different price between the 13-inch MacBook Pro and 14-inch MacBook Pro. But holding the 13-inch MacBook Pro, in line with the overall line, seems like the best option.
Even though no one knows Apple’s exact intentions, rumors suggest that the next-generation acMacBook Air may simply be considered the “MacBook”, which is more intelligent as a mid-range Mac processor in the current 13-inch MacBook Pro space.