Jun 22, 2016 11:42 AM EDT
Apple Is Getting Rid Of Non-Retina MacBook Pro To Overlay Q4 Release Date For Upcoming MacBook Pro 2016; What's macOS Sierra? [VIDEO]
The seeming absence of Apple legacy, non-retina MacBook Pro has become an indicator that the upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 release date is finally taking off in the Q4 of 2016.
This MacBook Pro scrutiny popped up the headlines when Apple Insider pulled that a clerk at an Austin location notably said that their store had pulled non-Retina units from the showfloor just last week, and that other stores were doing the same.
The non-Retina MacBook Pro is notable for its uniqueness as the only MacBook that still has an optical drive. It is still officially available at Apple Shop for retail starting at $1,099.
It is said that non-Retina MacBook Pro are still around for some folks who need an optical drive, Mashable said. Moreover, besides MacBook Air, it is one of the few Apple products having no Retina-branded screen. Also, MacBook Air is rumored to be phased out soon. And now non-Retina MacBook is losing its hold in stores. Most probably, Apple is eyeing MacBook Pro 2016 release date in Q4 but before that it kicked off paving the way for a smooth release date.
Commencing macOS Sierra For The Upcoming MacBook Pro 2016
The recently-unveiled macOS Sierra operating system hints features that the upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 is about to boost up the exciting MacBook lineup, 9 to 5 Mac reported. Moreover, the bar is reportedly showing off a customizable set of style commands different from the conventional functional keys that deliver only fixed commands. macOS Sierra displays the codes "kHIDUsage LED DoNotDisturb." It obviously hints a "Do Not Disturb" feature that could go along the touch panel. Another code, "kHIDUsage LED NightMode" tips-off a dark mode feature for MacBook Pro 2016.
Grabbed from another report, Apple is likely to develop the redesigned MacBook Pro 2016 with an OLED touch bar, including its other updates, Apple Insider wrote. A potential outcome is the Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
MacBook Pro 2016 is highly expected to hit the stores within this year specifically at the Q4. For now, check out the video below to see how amazing this MacBook could be. In case you have additional infos, please share it at the comment section!
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