MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date, Latest News & Update: Apple Held Up By MacOS 10.12.1 Tune-up
The MacBook Pro 2016 is imminently coming thought the question right now is whether Apple will actually release it later this October. Everything seems to be set on the hardware side but the certainty of its operating system could be a photo-finish.
According to Gizmodo India, Apple is frantically working on the MacOS which is expected to be arm the refreshed MacBook Pro 2016. With most of the reports tackling the hardware side of the MacBook Pro, the supporting software for all of that is equally important.
The MacBook Pro 2016 is likely to come armed with a macOS 10.12.1, assuming that the Cupertino company is able to test and ensure its workability. That may be happening as we speak and hopefully in time for the reported second-half coming of the MacBook Pro 2016.
What gives with macOS 10.12.1?
As most know, the best route to make changes and improve their products is through the patch update route. It is a practice done on iOS and macOS though the MacBook Pro 2016 may more or less carry the bulk of the latest operating system from Apple.
As mentioned in previous post, the MacBook Pro 2016 is expected to get a major refresh covering the display, connectivity, and interface. The processor behind it all is expected to be the Kaby Lake series from Intel though an advanced AMD GPU could be integrated as well for the lower end niche, Mac Rumors reported.
There will be two variants coming (13 and 15-inch) where the larger MacBook Pro 2016 model is expected to offer the souped up specs. Aside from the display, other rumored features include a fingerprint sensor, Apple’s TouchID, USB Type-C port and that much-hyped OLED touch sensor that will take place of the old function keys.
Imagining all that squeezed into a thin MacBook Pro 2016 should be interesting to watch out for. Thankfully we only have a couple of weeks to wait the much awaited refresh done by Apple.