MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date, News & Update: New Model Speculations Detailed; Touch ID System Improvements Expected

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Sep 05, 2016 09:34 AM EDT
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MacBook Pro 2016 is rumored on coming forth soon enough, but is still yet to have a date to look out for. Known as one of the most anticipated releases, the masterpiece that looks to put another subject on the map may have a number of feats to note.

The innovations that the MacBook Pro 2016 could deliver are said to be those not witnessed in the previous models. Such goes for other brands, given that these are to be pushed by Apple.

According to I Tech Post, the Touchscreen OLED bar is one of the most prominent attributes that could potentially take the MacBook Pro 2016 to the top upon confirmation. The said touchscreen could deliver a much easier rate of use if the said factor is implied.

As for the appearance of the MacBook Pro 2016, it is said that the new design could weigh less due to the fact that the existing version is quite heavier, most reasoned due to its numerous feats. It is said that metal-injection hinges and a butterfly-mechanism type keyboard will be included to the mix, making it visually and practically appealing.

As per Gotta Be Mobile, it is said that the MacBook Pro will have an extended battery life. More interestingly, it will have Skylake processors, a sixth-generation type of technology that will make it a stronger version.

The same goes for the supposed improvement in the Touch ID system for the MacBook Pro 2016. This has already taken effect for the new iPhones and iPads, which is speculated to also be placed on the particular laptop model.

A release date for the Apple MacBook Pro 2016 is said to be on the seventh of September, standing alongside the new iPhone 7. One other points to an October release, due to the separation of the two products as done in the past.

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