Macbook Pro 2016 Price & Release Date: Leaked Features Inside And Cheaper Price At WWDC Launch

By Roleen Delos Reyes , Updated May 05, 2016 09:52 PM EDT

Apple is on a details lockdown over the new MacBook Pro set to be released this 2016. However, reports suggest that the Apple WorldWide Developers Conference this June could be the venue for the official launch of the new Macbook Pro line.

According to Bit Bag, the 2016 MacBook Pro invested on having sleeker features and will appear to be slimmer than its predecessors. With a rose gold skin, the star of the show are the better graphics, efficient storage and faster processing via Skylake. Future users will also enjoy touch-sensitive keyboard and Thunderbolt 3 USB ports.

The Macbook Pro 2016 will come in a 13-inch and 15-inch version. The price for the newer MacBook Pro models is still under wraps. However, NueroGadget reported that the consumers are looking at a range of $900 to $1500, depending on the price climb that Apple will implement.

But the MacBook Pro 2016 is not the only Apple product that is about to steal the show. The tech giant is looking at a rather busy year of product releases, according to Know Your Mobile. With the iPhone 6s poor performance in the market, Apple's Tim Cook is keen on salvaging their reputation through the impending release of 3 models of iPhone 7 and a possibility of an iPhone 8.

While the Apple Watch also struggles, Apple is still developing new ideas to make a new and better smart watches. On top of the highly-anticipated MacBook Pro 2016 at the WWDC launch, the roadmap is filled with new innovations such as the Apple car, a new regular Macbook and Macbook Air, new iOs releases and streaming via Apple TV. Apple is also looking to explore more Beats radio stations and a possibility of P2P payments.

Regardless of the new innovations and a surefire hype over the 2016 Macbook Pro, Apple is certain to make this year bigger than ever.

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