Japanese website Mac Otakara has revealed in a recent report that Apple will likely introduce its new MacBook Pro laptops "in the month," and start shipping the devices at the end of October.
The Mac Otakara report, projecting the launch of new MacBook Pro by Apple this month, is based on information shared by a "reliable Chinese supplier."
According to Mac Otakara's unidentified source, new MacBook Pro laptops will be launched by Apple in October, in the same sizes as the currently available MacBook Pro models --- that is, both 13-inch and 15-inch models.
Both the forthcoming MacBook Pro models will replace the existing models; and will boast four USB-C ports, USB-A ports, an HDMI port, and a MagSafe connection. However, the new MacBook Pro devices will not come with an SD card slot.
Meanwhile, other than launching new MacBook Pro models this month, Apple is also expected to launch a new model of the 13-inch model MacBook Air, which will reportedly include USB-C ports and Thunderbolt 3 support.