We hear a lot of rumors surrounding the Apple’s MacBook Pro 2016 versions, although there are no confirmed reports on it. However, speculations are that the two ultra-thin MacBooks will come in the second quarter of this year. But before that, they will be announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWC).
What is the rumored release date? With a whale of speculations doing the rounds, it is impossible to announce a confirmed launch date at the moment. But the MacBook Pro 2016 release date is expected to be on June 13 when iOS 10 is likely to make its debut on the device. We will have to wait until the Cupertino firm makes an official announcement, notes IBtimes. Read this to know why you should wait for the MacBook Pro 2016.
What are the rumored specs and features? The MacBook Pro 2016 is likely to appear in two versions- 12-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro. The Cupertino firm aims to introduce an improvised version of Force Touch Technology with the “Zero Travel” patent. If the move is successfully implemented, there won’t be any need of actual movement of keyboard, reports Parent Herald.
In addition, both the devices are expected to be powered by Intel’s latest Skylake processors and will feature 256GB of internal storage space. The new MacBook Pro 2016 will reportedly come with multiple USB Type-C ports along with an additional adapter.
The latest rumors have it that the refreshed models will carry Thunderbolt 3 that is meant for transferring data at 40 GB speed per second. As for the other features, both versions of MacBook Pro 2016 is said to sport longer battery life and Retina Display. While the 13-inch model will be fuelled by 8GB of RAM, the 15-inch model will boasts 16GB of RAM.
Moreover, the Cupertino firm might include support for external graphics card to the upcoming models, allowing you to enjoy graphics without any compromises. Two other highlighted features will possibly include Apple’s digital voice assistant Siri in the 15-inch model and a biometric recognition feature in it, according to Korea Portal.
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