A new report reveals that shipments of mini-LED display components for future 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models will begin shortly.

Apple supplier Global Lighting Technologies will begin shipping mini-LED display components  for next-generation MacBook Pro models in the third quarter of 2021, DigiTimes reports .

The Cupertino-based company is rumored to be planning to launch new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models both of which feature a mini-LED display and a new Apple Silicon , M1X or M2 chip . Notebooks are expected to feature a new design with more ports, including the return of the MagSafe, an HDMI port and an SD card slot. Additionally, several leaders say the Touch Bar will be removed and replaced by physical keys.

In line with the new iPad Pro M1, the mini-LED backlight would allow for higher brightness and better contrast ratio on the new MacBook Pro models.

Several sources have said that the new MacBook Pro models will be introduced in the second half of 2021, but leaker Jon Prosser recently reported that at least one new MacBook Pro model will be announced during WWDC21 scheduled for next week.

As usual, during the WWDC Apple will present the new versions of all its operating systems and this year it will be the turn of  iOS 15 , macOS 12 , tvOS 15 and watchOS 8 .

Finally, in recent days we reported that during the event the company could present a new operating system dedicated to the much rumored Apple Glass.

The invitation of WWDC 2021, in fact, shows the memoji of a woman wearing glasses and opening the computer the various icons of the system are reflected inside her glasses. Nothing strange so far, but the image then stops with those reflected icons that are very reminiscent of the Apple Glass concepts seen over time on these pages.

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