MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date, Latest Rumors, News & Update: Is The Apple Product Undergoing Development?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Sep 13, 2016 07:24 AM EDT

The MacBook Pro 2016 is one that seemingly uplifted the spirits of those looking for something new in the world of Apple. However, disappointment may have stormed the web when no news about it surfaced.

As many may know, the most recent announcement that Apple gave is that for the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. After flagship laptop fans kept their fingers crossed on waiting for a new product to come forth, hopes were somewhat shattered-though some still see the potential of one MacBook Pro 2016 coming out later on.

According to I Tech Post, speculations have risen pertaining to Apple's MacBook Pro 2016 slowly working its way to the market, taking its time to gradually better itself. The features of the said hardware are said to be the main focus as to why it might be a while before it is seen.

As per Mobile & Apps, the MacBook Pro 2016 may bring forth some good news along with it once it releases, especially as the rumors of the said flagship laptop claim that it will utilize the Kaby Lake processors. The Intel-powered CPU will bring about improvement in the general performance ratio of the computer, processing power increase and more quality gaming tendencies.

With regards to release dates, rumors point out to the possibility of an October launch, but is still uncertain. The MacBook Pro 2016 aims to potentially continue the rest of the MacBook line eventually, as Apple CEO Tim Cook disclosed how the entire company is puts their back into making more of the flagship laptop line emerge.

Even if the MacBook Pro 2016 might not appear within this year, fans are still hoping for more to come from Apple, even those who own the older versions of the MacBook Pro. An upgrade known as MacOS Sierra will presumably suffice before the next model surfaces.

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