MacBook Pro 2016, MacBook Air 2016 Release Date, News & Update: Apple Need To Release Imminent Laptops? Xiaomi Building A Better Version?

By Daniel Flores , Updated Jul 19, 2016 06:48 AM EDT

Macbook Pro 2016 is expected to be out in the market this year on September and fans cannot wait for the actual release. However, up until now, Apple has not yet announced the official release date of the imminent laptop.

Why Apple need to release MacBook Pro 2016 the soonest time possible?

Apple computers have the declining numbers, landing on the fifth spot in the PC vendors market share. Lenovo took the top spot, HP on second place, Dell on third and Asus falls on the fourth spot. This basis alone is proof that the Cupertino Company has to step up to bring customers back to their products via the MacBook Pro 2016.

With that said report, Apple also went too deep in sales last month with 8.3% of declining sales. But, with the expected new features of MacBook Pro 2016 such as the OLED Touch bar, the MacOS Sierra with Siri, wireless charging, and Touch ID finger scanner, fans are now drooling in excitement with the release of the imminent Apple laptop in September 2016.

Xiaomi building a better version of the Macbook Pro 2016/MacBook Air 2016

Meanwhile, MSPoweruser reported that the company Xiaomi will build and replicate the MacBook Pro 2016/MacBook Air 2016. With its 11 - 13 inch screen and virtually portless, except with a single USB socket on the side, the MacBook Pro 2016/Macbook Air 2016 clone is said to feature an Intel dual core, 4 threads with base speeds of 2.50GHz and turbo speeds of 3.10GHz.

Moreover, the Xiaomi version of MacBook Pro 2016/MacBook Air 2016 will have a 8 GB of RAM and it will run on Windows 10. However, it is said not to include a touch screen feature.

The Xiaomi has some pretty features for their cloned product, but can Xiaomi outsell Apple's MacBook Pro 2016 and MacBook Air 2016? For more MacBook Pro 2016,  be sure to stay tuned on GamenGuide!

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