Apple reportedly plans to launch new MacBook Pro laptops later this year that could bring back a fan favorite feature, while dumping one that's been less loved. The new laptops, a 14-inch model and 16-inch model, will bring back MagSafe charging, according to a report Friday from Bloomberg.
Apple may also be considering doing away with. The tech giant reportedly tested versions of its MacBook Pro that removed the Touch Bar, a row of virtual, customizable buttons that sits above the keyboard that was introduced in 2016. Some Pro users have complained that the and causes other problems.
The new MacBook Pros will also feature theand updated displays, according to Bloomberg. The laptops could launch around the middle of 2021.
In a note Friday, top Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reportedly made a similar prediction, saying the tech giant will launch new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro laptops this year that bring back MagSafe charging. Kuo's note also said Apple will remove the Touch Bar and curved edges as part of the redesign, according to CNBC.
Apple didn't respond to a request for comment.