There have been some leaks in the past regarding the presence of a dock on the next-generation MacBook Pro, but that information seems to be calming down after several render images have surfaced that no dock came with it. . In particular, almost a day before the announcement, we now get a leaked image that shows the dock on the new MacBook Pro screen.

Make no mistake, according to a recent leaked image, the display panel has been confirmed to be available on the next-generation MacBook Pro. On the screen in the picture is a long bay in the middle for the camera, sound absorber and Ambient Light Sensor, and the size of the bay is about the same size as the iPhone 12.

If the above picture is true, it can be said that the new MacBook Pro, both 14-inch and 16-inch, is likely to come with a screen with a short bezel around it. However, although it may have a dock, there are rumors that the new computer will not come with Face ID.

According to the resolution of the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros found on macOS Monterey Beta, the smaller model has a resolution of 3024 x 1964 pixels, while the larger model has a resolution of 3456 x 2234. Pixels. This resolution is a bit strange for its screen size, but when 74 pixels are subtracted, it’s a resolution that corresponds to the Aspect Ratio 16:10 level that Apple has used in the past. This means that the 74 pixels that are removed can be the size for the bay itself.