While the COVID-19 pandemic has caused numerous delays and stock problems, even this global crisis does not seem to be able to stop new products and updates from Apple, whose recent device tests have hinted at what it appears to be. the new MacBook Pro 13.
While the information in the document this 3DMark test published through Twitter would only have confirmed the incorporation of a new 10th generation Intel processor With a 2.30 GHz i7-1068NG7 (far from the latest AMD approaches), the user himself would also have updated his latest publication, now confirming some impressive figures up to 32 GB of RAM (LPDDR4x) and 4TB of internal storage (SSD).
New config tested (2020 13 ″ Macbook Pro)
> i7-1068NG7 2.3GHz base 4.1GHz boost
> 32GB of RAM
> 4TB SSD https://t.co/XmLXiz5jFT
– _rogame (@_rogame) April 29, 2020
Thus, another of the most characteristic details would be the absence of a dedicated graphics card, which for the time being would still be limited, presumably to an integrated Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655 GPU, optimized for the eighth generation of processors. Still, these high-end specs would put the price of this new laptop at more than $ 3,000, notably above its current price.
That is why it would not be surprising if Apple introduced various variants and configuration options, with some key changes such as the reduction to a 10th generation i5 processor, the possibility of reducing its storage to the first 2 TB in advance, and even a reduction of its RAM memory to the 16 or 8 GB previously seen.
Finally, the most interesting thing about this leak has been the emergence of certain doubts that, beyond a new MacBook Pro 13, have set off alarms before the possible arrival of a new 14-inch model just as Apple already did with the jump of its model from 15 inches to 16 inches. At the moment we have no choice but to wait for the official announcement from Apple that, if it stays as planned, it should be done within this year.