Completely redesigned iMac, Mac Pro twice the size, new display

MacBook Pro Is Getting MagSafe More Ports And Function Keys again Claims Report

He adds that besides removing the Touch Bar, another major change will come in the form of MagSafe charging support, something that was introduced with iPhone 12 line up. This will be the most significant design update for the MacBook Pro in five years. The new iMacs will replace the Intel-powered 27-inch and 21.5-inch versions now available. It will probably be similar to the MagSafe connector of old - a magnetically held in place power connector - rather than the disc-shaped MagSafe induction charging system just introduced with the iPhone 12 line.

However, there may be a slight increase in the physical size. Apple could turn to mini LED for the new screens as has been previously rumored. This could be possible as we have seen the new update brick old MacBook Pros before as well.

We've been calling for a redesign of the iMac, which we'd say hasn't really been given a new look in a decade. Eligible models include 13-MacBook Pro with either two or four Thunderbolt 3 ports sold between October 2016 and February 2018. Apple announced a recall of an estimated 432,000 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops due to concerns of overheating batteries that could catch fire. While there's nothing wrong with the new design, it does feel a bit dated, especially with the massive bezels and the huge chin at the bottom. Additionally, the curved back will also be tweaked to make it flat.

The Gurman report mentions the inclusion of USB-C ports, but does not mention other types of I / O. The tech giant manufacturer also confirmed that the new gadgets will solve the issues faced by the consumers with the previous models. Gurman also says switching to "MagSafe" custom charging will allow for faster charging speeds. A somewhat controversial decision that arrived in 2016, the Touch Bar is a small display about the number key that brings additional functionality beyond the usual function keys.

As per the reports, Apple will be reducing their iMacs extensively by striding to a steady back instead of the existing curled one it has presently.