MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date, News & Update: October 27 Launch Confirmed? New Advanced Specs & Features! Fingerprint Login, Better Battery, More!

By Maui , Updated Oct 07, 2016 09:15 AM EDT

The upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 is one of the most talked about devices this year and a lot of rumors and speculations have been spreading for the laptop. Recent reports say that the latest MacBook Pro will be launched this coming October 24.

But, according to a report from MacWorld, the Cupertino-based company Apple will move the MacBook Pro 2016 launch to October 27. Apple hasn't confirmed this yet; fans can also expect that Apple will launch their other products on the said event like the new MacBook Air.

There hasn't been any confirmed report regarding the specs of the MacBook Pro 2016. However, rumors say that it will have a Dynamic Function Row or an OLED Display Panel that will be placed on the upper part of the keyboard. This new feature will have also have shortcut keys to some frequently used applications so that users can easily access them.

The MacBook Pro 2016 is also rumored to have a 15-inch and 13-inch version with a 2304x1440 resolution, as stated by iTechPost. The laptop might also have either the latest AMD or Nvidia graphics card. Its headphone jack might also be removed to follow the trend Apple did to their latest smartphones the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

The latest MacOS 10.12.1 might be its new operating system, this new OS will support all its advance features. Reports also say that Apple and LG might be working together to bring the MacBook Pro 2016 a 5K external display that will be replacing the ThunderBolt  display of its predecessors.

Apple will also be improving the MacBook Pro 2016 security feature. Some report says that it will have Fingerprint Login ability. This feature is commonly used on Apple smartphones; probably, their latest laptops will have it too. To know the latest news and updates about the upcoming MacBook Pro 2016, stay tuned to Game & Guide.

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