MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date, News & Update: Launching Depends on Processor? More New Specs & Features Revealed!

By Maui , Updated Sep 06, 2016 09:37 AM EDT
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Tech fans all over the world have been waiting patiently for the upcoming release of the Apple's iPhone 7 because it is said that, along with launch of Apple's latest smartphone, is the arrival of the MacBook Pro 2016. Some people say that the upcoming MacBook Pro has barely changed since the first model was launched, but there are designs and display improvements in the new Apple laptop.

There will be a big event this coming September 7 that will be hosted by Apple, as stated in our previous report. Most probably, this event will be the unveiling of Apple's latest devices like the iPhone 7, MacBook Pro 2016 and Apple Watch 2. However, if we based it on the trend of the launch dates of Apple's new devices, fans should expect that the MacBook Pro 2016 will be launched this coming October.

According to a report from Apple Insider, the upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 might be breaking their own set of rules in terms of what specs and hardware to use with their latest MacBook releases. Apple is not the type of company that will use its current generation processors and even the 2015 model has some questionable choices.

The official release date of the Macbook Pro 2016 might be affected by the processor that the company might use. The processor that the laptop will use will also affect the capabilities of the laptop and its price as well.

According to reports, the MacBook Pro 2016 will sport the seventh gen Intel Kaby Lake Processor that has an integrated support for  40 Gbps Thunderbolt 3, which uses the same connector as USB 3.1 type C. The Thunderbolt 3 feature has enough bandwidth to drive a pair of 4K displays at 60Hz and it contains HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2. Kaby Lake processors are also integrated graphics speed improvements.

Kaby Lake will ultimately have five classes of processors, with two classes for devices like the Retina MacBook and the MacBook Air; one for laptops like the MacBook Pro; and two spanning servers, high-power workstations, and desktops. For now there, is no official announcements from Apple on what processor will they use in MacBook Pro 2016.

However, the MacBook Pro 2016 is said to run with the new macOS Sierra of Apple, along with the Siri voice activated assistant. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more MacBook Pro 2016 news and update!

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