Apple’s rumored MacBook Pros could get higher resolution screens, according to beta leak

MacRumors reports that the latest macOS Monterey beta includes clues as to the resolution of Apple's rumored 15- and 16 inch MacBook Pros. The seventh beta of the operating system's upcoming version contains references to 3456x2234 Retina (or 3024x64 Retina), which are two resolutions that Apples current Macs do not support.
MacRumors believes that these new resolutions correspond with Apple's rumored 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros. These are widely expected to be launched this year with new designs, and an Arm-based Apple processor named the M1X. The current 16-inch MacBook Pro's resolution is 3072x 1920 pixels, while the 13-inch MacBook Pro's display is 2560x 1600 pixels. Both laptops should experience an increase in both pixel density and screen resolution if the new resolutions are correct.

Both laptops will be able to display higher resolutions and will reportedly include a magnetic MagSafe laptop charger, a resurrected SD card slot, and HDMI. OLED Touch Bar, which is widely disregarded, will also be discontinued. Although the exact date has not been announced, it is expected that the new laptops will be revealed at this year's Apple event.