Beta macOS Catalina Shows Images Unannounced 16″ MacBook Pro

The latest betas of macOS Catalina show icons for the unannounced 16″ MacBook Pro. The images differ slightly from the current 15″ models of the MacBook Pro in several ways.

For example, the edges around the screen are slightly smaller on the images of the 16″ version, MacGeneration reports. The site MacRumors confirms the existence of the images in the beta. Besides that, the Touch Bar is no longer a solid line, but resembles there are two separate buttons on the sides, in the place where, for example, the MacBook Air has the Esc key and On/Off button with fingerprint scanner.

The design does not differ much from that of current MacBooks, with the same shapes, curves, color scheme and use of materials. The images seem to confirm that the 16″ version of the MacBook Pro is on the way. Rumors from recent months point to a release this fall, with an announcement in October. Apple has not yet planned an event for the end of October. Last year, Apple announced its new iPad Pro and MacBook Air at an event in the last week of October.

The 16″ version of the MacBook Pro is said to have a screen resolution of 3072×1920 pixels and also have a new type of keyboard. Apple laptops of recent years have many problems with the Butterfly keyboard that the manufacturer developed. years to switch to a more traditional mechanism with scissor switches.