Apple depends on a new supplier of mini-LED screens to support MacBook 14 and 16

Apple is preparing to launch the MacBook 14 and MacBook 16 devices in the second half of this year, and with the company's supply short of mini-LED screens, Apple is turning to a new supplier with the aim of launching the devices on a schedule. The DigiTimes report published a few weeks ago, confirmed Apple's plans to release new versions of the MacBook Pro with mini-LED screens, but Apple is facing a shortage of supplies, especially with the company needing a larger stock of screens that support the iPad Pro for the year 2021 Distinguished by the size of 12.9 inches.

Reports indicate that Apple offers MacBook 14 and MacBook 16 without the Touch Bar, and it also supports devices with a MagSafe connector. Another report from Bloomberg, published last month, also indicated that the upcoming versions of the MacBook devices will be launched with an eight-core processor, which is characterized by higher performance efficiency, that is, an upgrade from the current Apple M1 processor, which features four cores.

On the other hand, the graphics card comes with 16 or 32 cores, compared to 8 cores in the current version, with the new processor called Apple M2 or M1X launched, and Apple has already started mass production of this processor during the month of April.

Apple is also scheduled to develop more versions of the processor chips for the Mac Pro desktop, and the distinctive MacBook Air with a slim design.

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