Apple set date for first MacBook Pro revamp in five years

By Mark Gurman | Bloomberg

Apple Inc. has set the date for a media event to unveil the first redesign to its MacBook Pro laptop in five years: Oct. 18.

The event, which was announced with the tagline “Unleashed,” will be Apple’s second of the fall device launch season. Last month, the company held an online event to introduce the iPhone 13 line, new iPads and the Apple Watch Series 7.

The new MacBook Pro will be the biggest change to the product since the current design was introduced in October 2016. The new models will be the first high-end MacBook Pros to replace Intel Corp. chips with Apple-designed

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