Ming-Chi Kuo: Apple to unveil new 13-inch MacBook, 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros at ‘hello again’ special event

“Reliable Apple analyst KGI has posted a report on Saturday outlining their predictions for Apple’s Mac roadmap ahead of the media event on October 27th,” Benjamin Mayo reports for 9to5Mac. “The report says that Apple will launch three new MacBooks at the event, a new 13 inch MacBook, a new 13 inch MacBook Pro and a new 15 inch MacBook Pro.”

“It continues to say that new iMacs and the unveiling of the Apple external display will not shipping this year; those should be expected in the first half of 2017,” Mayo reports. “KGI does not know if Apple will announce early the new iMacs or new Cinema Display at the event, but Ming-Chi Kuo seems confident that they are not ready to release.”

“The new Retina MacBook Pro, expected to include Touch ID, an OLED function row above the keyboard and new internals, will be deputing in both 13 inch and 15 inch screen sizes,” Mayo reports. “The other product KGI says is coming is a new “13 inch MacBook”, as a successor to the 12 inch single-port Retina MacBook first released in 2015.”

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