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May 19, 2016 10:06 AM EDT

Apple 'Macbook Pro' 2016 Release Date, Rumors: A Major Change in Processor?

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Apple "MacBook Pro" 2016 release is the most anticipated laptop that will be launched in June at the Apple's World Wide Developers Conference.

The wait is over and to reveal some of the specs, Apple Senior Vice President, Phillip Schiller, spills out some features on "Macbook Pro" 2016.

The worth-the-wait laptop is said to have more power and performance. And compared to the other MacBook in line, this will be the cheapest one.

The updates include faster graphics, flash storage and longer battery life. It is also enhanced with latest processors - which according to TechRadar, is likely to be a major upgrade. There is a hint that a new variant of pink color will be added to the line.

Retina Display that has been a great feature in Macbook, will also be featured in an improved level. It is said to create better visual experience for the users. The screen will likely to come with 13 inch to 15 inch of display. Rumors hint on the detachable touch screen but apart from that, the resolution might be 2304x1440.

A report from 9to5 Mac claimed that the "Macbook Pro" specs will use metal injection molding - inspired by no other than "Surface Pro" from Microsoft. This process will enable Apple to create thinner laptops. Another "Macbook Pro" 2016 rumors include the use of Skylake processor from Intel - which eventually makes the laptop much more efficient.

Another rumor suggests that the new "Macbook" will have a different connectivity ports with USB-C ports as the only feature on both sides. So far, Apple has been secretive about its new devices including the patented technology that could make the future Macbook becomes keyboard-less but at the annual WWDC in June, Apple should reveal the "Macbook Pro" 2016 possible hardware and the overall specs. WWDC date is on 13 - 16.

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