Apple is rumoured to launch a refreshed MacBook Pro model in the first half of 2020, with a new iPhone and an upgraded iPad Pro. Leaks tell that Apple is working on a 13-inch MacBook Pro

This time Apple wants to do something new with the MacBook pro processor. Apple is fitting a new generation processor inside the upcoming 13-inch MacBook Pro but there is no change in a CPU core. It overcomes the processor which packed inside the 2019 13-inch MacBook Pro.

Benchmark score of Intel’s 8th Gen Core i5-8279U processor, powering the 13-inch MacBook Pro (2019), against the 10th Gen Intel Core i7-1068NG7 processor that will reportedly be fitted inside the 2020 MacBook Pro. It boosts the graphics performance roughly 29 per cent. Brings a bigger processing upgrade and lower graphics gains.

2020 13-inch MacBook Pro will pair its 10th Gen Intel Core i7-1068NG7 processor with a juicy 32GB of RAM and a massive 2TB of SSD storage. If these benchmark results are real then it looks like the MacBook Pro 13-inch (2020) could offer a big upgrade over last year’s model.

What’s About Its Own Processor?

Apple is sticking with Intel for its MacBook processors for now. We’ve heard in the past that Apple is getting frustrated with Intel’s supply issues, and is looking at creating its own ARM-based processor for its MacBooks – in a similar way to how it makes its own processors for iPhones and iPads.

MacBook Pro 2020 release date – When will it launch?

Some rumours tell that apple will be held there event during the first half of 2020.

MacBook Pro 2020 price – How much will it cost?

The price of the new MacBook Pro is not leaked yet. But looking the past it will cost more than the previous models.

MacBook Pro 2020 keyboard

The technology saw Apple seemingly give up on its butterfly switch keyboard and return to a scissor switch-based version – called the Magic Keyboard.

If the new 13-inch Macbook Pro does feature Ice Lake chips, it will be the first Mac to do so. The new model is rumored to see a launch in the first half of this year, so we could see it unveiled at the company’s rumored March event, later at WWDC 2020, or even in a press release as Apple has for more recent products.