MacBook Pro 2016 Release, News & Updates: Latest Features Detailed; Potential Reveal Coming Soon?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Oct 17, 2016 06:00 AM EDT

The MacBook Pro 2016 has been the talk of the community for quite some time, given that there are a few notable products that came about from the company. So far, all the rumored feats that the hardware could bring may just do the trick and could even surface sooner than expected.

As some may know, the MacBook Pro 2016 could have the tendency to don some features that some only dreamed of. Apple's promises for the PC can ultimately send off the hardware to another height, though the existence and reveal of the laptop still looks bleak at the moment.

According to previous reports, Apple has addressed their focus on the iPhone 7 and iPhone Plus, with the inclusion of the iPad Pro on the wish list. This does not mean that the MacBook Pro 2016 is being ruled out, given that some rumors point to the said hardware having a flatter, more accessible keyboard is already an appealing factor.

Express reports that the MacBook Pro 2016 could be looking at a major unveiling soon, given that Apple moved their quarterly earnings call from October 27th to an earlier October 25th that might be the big reveal. Some of the anticipated traits that it could bring out include Apple's idea of a larger ForceTouch trackpad and OLED touchscreen display. This will allow the users to scan their fingerprint that is identical to the Touch ID sensor on iPhone and iPad products.

The touchscreen feature, if proven correct, will permit the easy scrubbing of a video upon watching on iTunes. More interestingly, a biometric sensor is one other variable to look out for in the MacBook Pro 2016 if it will indeed, be included. Lastly, custom shortcuts and the often opened apps can be placed onto the screen.

So far, all of the aforementioned are still rumors that surround the MacBook Pro 2016. Until Apple decides to lift the curtains off their prized product, fans can only keep their fingers crossed on what the particular model will present.

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