A beta version of macOS Monterey includes unused screen resolutions with current Apple devices. It could be decisions for future MacBook Pro models with ARM socs.
It relates to a resolution of 3456 x 2234 and 3024 x 1964 pixels, Discover MacRumors. This corresponds to screen ratios of about 16:10. For the current 16-inch MacBook Pro, Apple uses an LCD screen with a resolution of 3072 x 1920 pixels and a 13-inch version with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels.
If the new MacBook Pro really gets a higher screen resolution, the pixel density will rise to around 250ppi, compared to 226ppi on current models. This increase will make screens more usable with 2x scaling. Apple calls that setting up the retina. The working area on a 16-inch model would then correspond to 1728 x 1117 pixels and on the smaller model it would be 1512 x 982 pixels.
It is not yet clear what kind of screen panels the new MacBook Pro will have. There are rumors about LCD’s miniledbacklight met There are also rumors that Apple will be next year Want to switch to OLED screens. MacBook Pro models will likely get Apple’s M1X soc with more cores and more RAM than the M1. A lot appeared in May Information about the various variants of ARM soc.
It is not yet known when Apple will announce the new MacBook Pro models. Rumors are talking of an event in October or November to showcase the new MacBooks. It will be a 16″ and 14″ version.