Does Apple fail at this limit?

Customers are eagerly awaiting the new MacBook Pro 2021. Apple could make up lost ground with the models, but fail at one point at a certain limit, because the RAM is probably more limited than previously assumed.

The new MacBook Pro 2021 seems to be a real hit, because apart from an even faster Apple chip (M1X), there is probably a comeback of beloved connections (HDMI, MagSafe), screens with mini LEDs in 14 and 16 inches and on top of that a real one good webcam. However, the anticipation about Apple’s fall novelties is currently clouded with concern, a new rumor is causing a stir.

MacBook Pro 2021: Limit at 32 GB RAM, not just 64 GB

So far, reliable sources have actually reported that the RAM in the new MacBook Pro 2021 could be expanded to up to 64 GB. The M1, on the other hand, still has a sharp limit of a relatively meager 16 GB; this limitation should be broken with the faster successor. However, not as strong as previously assumed, because Furthermore, only a maximum of 32 GB RAM is reported – still twice as much as before, but only half of what was previously assumed (source: Luke Miani via

The new MacBook Pro 2021 will definitely be shipped with macOS 12, which is what awaits us there, we see in the video:

A real disappointment for professionals who never run out of memory. Especially since the still current Intel model with 16-inch display is now available with 64 GB on request. The A faster successor with an Apple chip would then take a back seat on this point. However, the credibility of the rumor has yet to be proven, because the source has so far bribed with a mixed hit rate. Ergo: We don’t have to completely bury hope yet.

Will the new MacBook Pro 2021 also be colored? Ultimately it could look something like this:

More subtleties about Apple’s new notebook

YouTuber Luke Miani knows more about the new MacBook Pro 2021. That’s how he describes you backlit touch ID button – a novelty, because so far nothing shines there. The integration of one would then be gratifying particularly fast SD card reader. It is supposed to support “UHS-II” and thus guarantee transfer rates of up to 312 MB per second, normal SD card readers otherwise only manage a maximum of 100 MB per second. Needless to say, these speeds can only be achieved if appropriate UHS-II cards are used.

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