Apple announces the release of new MacBook Pro and iPhone with bilateral refill, according to a report



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13-inch Apple MacBook Pro Touch Bar

Sarah Tew

According to a note from investor analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple plans to launch a new MacBook Pro design in 2019.

The note, acquired by MacRumours, indicates that Apple will launch a new 16-inch MacBook Pro, new iPads and a 31-inch 6K monitor. There will also be new bi-charge iPhones, which means you can use your iPhone's battery to charge other devices.

So that means that 2019 could be a busy year for Apple if we believe the rating, suggesting that the company hopes to rebound after a difficult period in 2018. Over the past few holidays, sales have been slow. iPhone have decreased as much as 11 percent against expectations.

The note also suggests that the 13-inch MacBook Pro will have 32GB of RAM, a major upgrade from the 16GB RAM currently shipped with the 13-inch model. The fourth generation of the MacBook Pro, equipped with touch bar and USB-C, was launched in 2016 and has received incremental updates since.

Kuo's note suggests that a new Mac Pro could come with "easy to upgrade components". Its rumored 6K monitor will apparently come with a Mini LED-esque backlight design.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Apple MacBook Pro with touch bar

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