Apple accidentally leaks future MacBooks with increased screen resolutions

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Who needs leakers? Apple might have just inadvertently revealed its upcoming MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16 thanks to a careless screen resolution reveal.
We've suspected for months that Apple is working on something big for its MacBook Pro line, including an all-new MacBook Pro 14 and a revamped MacBook Pro 16, but all we've had to go on are leaks and analyses from journalists and tipsters. Until now, that is, as it appears Apple has accidentally spilled the beans itself ahead of its rumored October event.

As first spotted by MacRumors, the latest beta of Apple's upcoming Mac operating system, MacOS Monterey, includes references to two display resolutions that are not used by any current Macs. Nestled among resolutions for existing Macs in the System Information app, including the 5K iMac's 5120 x 2880 and the MacBook Pro 13's 2560 x 1600, are two more: 3024 x 1964 and 3456 x 2234.

These resolutions are not used by any existing Macs, either in…
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