MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date, News & Update: October 27 Launch Confirmed? Apple, LG Working for 5K Display? More Specs, Features Revealed!

By Maui , Updated Oct 11, 2016 11:39 AM EDT

A lot of Apple fans are already excited for the launch of the MacBooks for this year. Several reports say that the MacBook Air 2016 and MacBook Pro 2016 will be launched together this month, making sure that these laptops are going to be available before Holiday 2016 comes.

Although MacBook Pros are better than the Air line, a lot of fans also wants to see the latest MacBook Air because it will surely be budget-friendly than the Pro's. According to a report from Digital Trends, Apple is supposed to launch the MacBook Air 2016 on October 25, but the Cupertino-based company has reportedly rescheduled it on October 27.

Rumors about the specs of the MacBook Air 2016 still continue because Apple hasn't released any official announcements for it. Some say that the device might have an Apple-Pen that can be used with a track pad. The rumored Apple-Pen will just be magnetically attached to the device so there will be no wires needed when charging it.

The MacBook Air already had a minor update in 2016, as stated by MacWorld. But, it was disappointing for the fans because it was just a RAM upgrade for the 13-inch model. Report says that if fans truly want a proper upgrade for the MacBook Air they should wait until next year.

If the new MacBook Air 2016 will be launched in 2017, it will probably have the Intel's seventh gen Kaby Lake processor. With a USB-Type C port that will make charging and data transfers faster. Of course Apple will improve its battery life to support its advanced features.

It might also have a 5K standalone display; with this gamers might consider playing high resolution games in it. Playing games in MacBook Air 2016 will not be a problem because its cooling system will also be improved. If these rumored specs were true the device will surely be worth the wait.

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