Latest M1X MacBook Pro prototype leaks reveal Apple’s big plans

The specs of one of Apple’s future M1X MacBook Pro have been leaked. The prototype is said to include 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage, with 32 GB RAM options available.

Apple’s next MacBook Pros have been teased by @MajinBuOfficial. Apple is rumored to be releasing the MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16 this quarter, perhaps as early as next month.

Someone is said to have linked an M1X MacBook Pro prototype with an iPhone. Apple is creating M1X MacBook Pros with 512 GB of storage and 16 GB of RAM, which is unsurprising. Unfortunately, except for the model name ‘MacBook Pro’ and the name ‘DVT-X88102C,’ the photograph does not reveal much else about the device. DVT stands for Design Validation Testing (DVT), which is a prototype stage that precedes Production Validation Testing (PVT).

The location coordinates, which lead to Apple Park, were oddly left in. McGuire Wood feels the image is genuine, even though it might easily have been manufactured. According to reports, 32 GB of RAM will be available, while 64 GB may not. Apple is expected to offer the MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16 with up to 2 TB of storage as well.

In related news, @MajinBuOfficial has confirmed that one of their recent tweets concerning an M1X MacBook Pro was a hoax. They initially assumed that photographs of a development machine had been provided, but other sources confirmed that this was not the case. Apple’s M1X-based MacBook Pros, on the other hand, are rumored to have a new I/O and a flatter design.

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According to Bloomberg, the new MacBook Pros will include an HDMI connector and an SD card slot, as well as the return of MagSafe magnetic charging technology. Images and diagrams stolen as part of an Apple ransomware assault appeared to back up this claim, with an HDMI port, USB-C port, and SD card slot on the right side and a MagSafe connector, two USB-C ports, and a headphone jack on the left.

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