MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date, Latest Rumors, News & Update: Brace For A Big Refresh – Tim Cook

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Sep 12, 2016 08:48 PM EDT

With the iPhone 7/7 Plus and Apple Watch 2 now out in the open, attention shifts to the MacBook Pro 2016 believed to be coming in the Fall. At least that is what the grapevine understands.

With the uncertainty, some presumed buyers have come out in the open to get down to the real score involving the MacBook Pro 2016. As Mac Rumors points out, it has already been 479 days since the last MacBook Pro refresh and a new one is obviously due.

The thing is that some have been contemplating on the possibility of Apple not keen on releasing a new model, something that CEO Tim Cook addressed. In the reported private email from an anonymous user, Cook was quoted of reiterating his commitment and love to the Mac line, something that should douse jabs that the MacBook Pro may not be in the Apple itinerary.

There was initial belief that Apple would at least mention something about the MacBook Pro last Sept. 7, the day when the iPhone 7/7 Plus was born. Some even assumed that the MacBook Pro 2016 would debut alongside the latest flagship, something that seemed to make no sense. Game & Guide weighed in on that dish here.

Refreshed MacBook Pro 2016 Imminently coming

With Cook’s response, there is no question that a lot of MacBook Pro 2016 fans in the waiting are now given a new sense of hope. And once again, the wait for a Fall release is in the air.

Up once again are the alleged features the MacBook Pro 2016 could come with. That includes a lighter and thinner mold, one armed with USB Type-C, and equipped with Touch ID.

The question though remains – Will it come with a Skylake or Kaby Lake processor? The logical choice is the latter one but delivery date is in question as mentioned in a previous postFor now, the answer to that is up in the air. With the given time frame, most are hoping that the more powerful Kaby Laker processors will make it ‘Just In Time’.

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