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Rumors have been circulating that Apple is preparing to announce new hardware, with some speculating that an announcement could come as soon as tomorrow, Tuesday, January 17.
Now, a discovery in the Canada Radio Equipment List database has added fuel to the fire, as a new MacBook Pro with Wi-Fi 6E support has been found listed in the database.
The discovery was made by Wade Penner on Twitter, and it shows that the unreleased new machine supports Wi-Fi 6E, which uses the 6GHz wireless band for faster speeds and lower latencies compared to Wi-Fi 6 and earlier iterations.
This suggests that Apple is looking to push the boundaries of wireless technology with its upcoming MacBook Pro models.
It is understood that Apple is working on upgraded versions of the MacBook Pro, with the new 14-inch and 16-inch models expected to represent minor upgrades of the current-generation machines.
According to reports, Apple’s forthcoming M2 Pro and M2 Max MacBook Pro models will offer “marginal leaps from today’s MacBook Pro processors.”
It should come as no shock that Apple’s new 2023 MacBook Pro models will bring relatively minor upgrades over the previous generation M1 Pro and M1 Max models.
The previous generation models launched alongside a full redesign of the MacBook Pro, featuring an iPhone-style notch, MagSafe charging, a Liquid Retina XDR display, an HDMI port, and more.
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So, it appears that Apple is focusing on improving the wireless capabilities of its MacBook Pro models, rather than introducing major changes to the design.
Overall, it will be interesting to see what Apple has in store for the new MacBook Pro models. With Wi-Fi 6E support, users can expect faster speeds and lower latencies, making the experience of using the MacBook Pro more seamless and efficient.