The current beta of macOS Monterey contains notes on a Macbook Pro 16 inch, which should have a display with a resolution of 3,456 x 2,234 pixels.
Apple’s betas of future operating systems occasionally contain clues as to what the software and hardware manufacturer is planning. It is the same with the current beta of macOS Monterey, which contains an entry that indicates the display resolutions of a still unknown computer. With a resolution of 3,456 x 2,234 pixels, Apple currently has nothing in its program, but that could be the resolution of the next 16-inch Macbook Pro, which is supposed to be announced later this year. For comparison: The current Macbook Pro 16 inch Intel processor offers a resolution of 3,072 x 1,920 pixels.
In addition, a model with a 14-inch screen and a resolution of 3,024 x 1,964 pixels is to be added.
It is expected that Apple will not use an M1 processor here, but an improved model with more cores, which should be more powerful and underline the Proclaim.
There is not yet a date for the presentation of the Macbook Pro with Apple Silicon, an event in October or November would be conceivable in order to still be able to serve the Christmas business.