Apple said to be prepping an edge-to-edge 16-inch OLED MacBook Pro

“A few reports earlier this year said that Apple is developing a 16-inch MacBook Pro design that might be introduced in a couple of years,” Chris Smith writes for BGR. “An insider accurate with his previous Apple prediction also said at the time that Apple was working on new iPad models as well, hardly a surprising revelation considering that Apple launches new tablets every year. A new report from Korea now says that Samsung has been in talks with Apple about supplying OLED screens for both these products.”

Apple's new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models
Apple’s 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro models feature LED-backlit displays with IPS technology

“According to The Elec, Samsung might supply OLED screens for both a future 16-inch MacBook Pro computer as well as future 11-inch iPad Pro models,” Smith writes. “it’s likely that a 16-inch OLED MacBook Pro would likely be about the same size as the current 15.6-inch model, so we’re likely looking at an updated all-screen design.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Prepare your bank accounts and investment portfolios accordingly.

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9 Comments

  1. Is is part of Apple wading into the waters of ultra-premium products. I have no problem with that, as some people want the best computing products possible, and no one is forcing anyone to buy anything — as long as Apple doesn’t give up the lower end, which they show no signs of doing, it seems like a winning strategy. Besides, I bet it’s more fun for Apple’s employees to design the bleeding edge state-of-the-art. Not to mention the halo of awesomeness that surrounds the entire company when their flagship devices are jaw-dropingly stellar.

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