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Once again Digitimes confirms the predictions made some time ago by the well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, and in the last one reports suggests that soon the Magic Keyboard will also be adopted by 13.3-inch MacBook Pro. That's right, 13.3 inches: so apparently the time has not yet come for one oversized screen, and not even with reduced frames.

According to sources within the production chain heard by Digitimesin fact, the production of the components related to the new Apple keyboard is growing Significantly. Of course, it could simply be an adjustment by virtue of the keyboard with trackpad presented together with new iPad Pro (and which, however, will arrive on the market in a few months), but the information collected by Digitimes would be enough to even think about another device involved, namely the 13-inch MacBook Pro.

This is a very probable hypothesis, considering that Apple seems to have definitively abandoned the butterfly mechanism that had created many controversies to return, starting from the 16-inch MacBook Pro, to the more traditional scissor switches, which then also arrived on the new MacBook Air and, as mentioned, on the iPad Pro keyboard.

The report also contains an indication that the screen should remain identical to the current one, both in terms of size and optimization of the frames. Ming Chi Kuo, on the other hand, had recently reported on big news coming on the MacBook front, with ARM architecture, a 14.1-inch model it's a radical redesign of the lines introduced in 2016: but all this only in 2021.