What you need to know
- A new rumor says that the new MacBook Pro models will be limited to 32GB of RAM.
- The rumor also says that Apple will bring UHS-II support to a new SD card slot on the laptop.
A new rumor from YouTuber Luke Miani claims that the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models may have some limits when it comes to the RAM.
As reported by AppleTrack (via 9to5Mac), the new MacBook Pro models may be limited to 32GB of RAM, contradicting earlier reports from Mark Gurman at Bloomberg who said that they would be enabled up to 64GB.
In addition to the lower RAM, Miani says that the new SD card slot on the MacBook Pro will support UHS-II, enabling up to three times faster speeds for SD cards that support it. In fast, speeds could jump from 100MB a second all the way to 312MB a second.
Adding UHS-II to the MacBook Pro will be a huge upgrade to video editors and photographers – you know, the people who really want SD card slots! It's been great to hear in multiple reports that the SD Card slot is making a comeback, but to have this additional high-speed capability is great news.
You can check out the full video from Miani below:
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