The long-awaited M1X MacBook Pro will be here by November, reporter claims

A notebook computer on a desk.

Enlarge / The previous generation of the MacBook Pro. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

The highly anticipated new MacBook Pro models with Apple-designed silicon will arrive by this November, reporter Mark Gurman said in his most recent newsletter.

Gurman, who has a strong history of accurately reporting on new Apple products from sources with direct knowledge of Apple's plans, writes that "some hiccups have led to production delays" for the new MacBook Pro computers, which analysts and consumers have been expecting any day now for most of the year.

Previous reports from the supply line suggest that the manufacturing of new Mini LED displays may be a bottleneck. Still, Gurman says that the new computers "should still go on sale by the time the current MacBook Pro hits its two-year anniversary." Context suggests he is talking about the second anniversary of the 16-inch model, not the 13-inch one. That model went on sale on November 13, 2019.

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