Update, Nov. 13, 2019: Apple has introduced awith a larger screen and improved keyboard. It completely replaces the previous 15-inch model.
according to a report by 9to5Mac. One notable takeaway from the surfaced image: a Touch ID key separate from the Touch Bar screen. It means the laptop could have a physical escape key, according to the report., and this week a new image of the laptop's design was discovered that gives the Internet even more to chatter about. The new image appeared in the release build of 10.15.1,
Apple had unveiled a slight during in July. Its 13- and 15-inch computers feature Intel's faster eighth- and ninth-gen Core processors, including an eight-core version. It also announced a . Soon after that, however, that .
Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
It was also reported in August that 16-inch MacBook Pro will run on Intel's Coffee Lake H Refresh processor, Forbes said at the time.and finish in November, and could result in the 15.4-inch laptop being canned. The
Other rumors swirling about the new MacBook Pro include a keyboard redesign this year, switching out the old butterfly keyboard mechanism for a scissor mechanism.
Apple had rolled out its butterfly switch design starting with its computer revamp in 2015 in an effort to make the laptops lighter and thinner, but customers complained about sticky keys, as well as letters typing in duplicate or not at all.