MacBook Pro M1X reportedly has 120Hz mini-LED display and 1080p webcam


With Apple’s recently announced “Unleashed” event, rumors and leaks have been pouring in about the supposed MacBook Pro refresh. While we don’t know how accurate these claims are, they have set high expectations and even analysts Marc Gurman says people have been asking about the new MacBook non-stop.

According to leakster @dylandkt, the new lineup will consist of a 14-inch MacBook Pro and a 16-inch MacBook Pro, instead of the current 13-inch and 16-inch options. It also claims that the base models will have 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. Additionally, the Pro would come with a new charging brick as rumors suggest that the USB-C charging port could be replaced with a Magsafe port.

True to its claims from earlier this year, Dylandkt says the 720p webcam will eventually be upgraded to 1080p and the planned M1X chip will sport the same ten cores for both similarly priced MacBook configurations. The M1X MacBook Pro variant was supposed to launch in June during WWDC, but it never materialized.


As for the display, display analyst Ross Young tweeted that both MacBook Pros will feature a mini-LED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Similarly, Dylandkt revealed that Apple is working on a 120Hz display but says he does not know when it will actually be implemented.

If the M1X MacBook Pro comes with a 120Hz display, Apple will officially have another addition to its list of products that support high refresh rate, alongside the iPhone 13 Pro and iPad Pro. The Unleashed launch event will take place on October 19 at 1:00 a.m. Malaysian time and is expected to unveil the MacBook Pro and Mac Mini M1X, as well as the AirPods 3.

(Source: Macrumors)

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