A new Apple MacBook Pro notebook has been spotted in the FCC database.
22.07.2019 Francis Patterson 0 Comments
In May, Apple updated its MacBook Pro notebooks, equipping them with new eight-core Intel Core i9 processors and an upgraded Butterfly keyboard. But the basic 13-inch model without the Touch Bar panel, like last year, did not receive an update. And now an unknown MacBook Pro laptop was found in the database of the FCC agency certifying electronic devices and communication equipment in the USA. In the record of the American regulator, the model appears under the number A2159.
Last month, a device with the same number along with the rest of the new MacBooks was seen in the database of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). FCC certification documents allow you to learn more interesting details about the device. In particular, they allow you to find out the diagonal of the screen (13 inches) and the size of the case (212.4х304.1х15.6 mm). In addition, a schematic representation of the lower part of the housing of the upcoming news with information confirming compliance with the requirements of the regulator, allows you to learn about the support of 61-watt charging (20.3 V at 3 A). This allows us to conclude that the basic 13-inch model without the Touch Bar, which has not been updated since 2017, will finally receive the attention of Apple. The current 13-inch MacBook Pro model is designed for the current with the same parameters, while the 15-inch model supports 87-watt charging.
We can assume that the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro without the Touch Bar panel will debut at the September presentation, along with the traditional iPhone update. As part of the September presentation of the new iPhone may also provide an updated MacBook Air and a new 16-inch Apple MacBook Pro with very thin frames.
Source: The Verge