Ahead of the launch, the M1X MacBook Pro 14 and 16 with 512GB storage and 16GB RAM were leaked.

The new MacBook Pro will have a flatter shape and be powered by an M1X CPU with 16 gigabytes of RAM.

Ahead of the launch, the M1X MacBook Pro 14 and 16 with 512GB storage and 16GB RAM were leaked.
M1X MacBook Pro 14 and 16 With 512GB Storage

As we previously mentioned, the Apple MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16 will be released early next month, and we're already hearing rumours about the presence of the new M1X chip. However, a prototype of the next MacBook Pro has been leaked online, revealing some incredible details.

Someone connected his iPhone to a prototype of the new MacBook Pro, causing some information to leak online before the launch. The new MacBook Pro with M1X is seen in the screenshot, and the term DVT-X88102C stands for Design Validation Testing (DVT), a prototyping stage prior to Production Validation Testing (PVT). Because there are coordinates to Apple Park, the screenshot appears to be genuine.

The screenshot verifies the inclusion of Apple's new M1X CPU, which has yet to be revealed officially, as well as 512GB of storage and 16GB of RAM. Apart than this, the screenshot tells Apple fans nothing else.

However, the next MacBook Pro 14 and 16 are expected to include up to 32GB of RAM and 2TB of storage. It's possible that the next MacBook Pros will include new I/O, like as HDMI and an SD card reader. The MagSafe charging port should be retained. They may, however, now have a new flat design.

Apple has been delaying the debut of the M1X and, as a result, the new MacBook series, and it now appears that it will be announced on the same day as the new MacBook Pro lineup. The new M1X processor could have ten cores, eight of which are high-performance and two of which are energy-efficient. There could be two possibilities in terms of GPU, and Apple could release a new Mac Mini with the new M1X chip.

Apple is working on MacBook Pros with the model codes J314 and J316, according to the rumour mill. Two further models, J374 and J375, are mentioned, which could be the latest Mac Minis with M1X processors.