Jun 24, 2016 08:21 AM EDT
‘MacBook Pro 2016’ Release Date Delayed For Better User Experience
The release date of the quad-core Intel processors - "MacBook Pro 2016," was deliberately delayed by Apple Inc., as the tech giant focused on ditching the 3.5mm Audio Jack.
It has been said that Apple Inc. stop supporting the wired audio technology of the device that come forth with the unleashing of 2016 "iPhone," and the multinational technology company would want to kick off a new audio connectivity standard all at once, BGR reported.
Apple's recent Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC 2016) was not impressive, as the company representatives did not bring up any hardware enhancement of the upcoming device. However, the tech giant suggests that the company is working hard to ameliorate the user experience, Android Origin reported.
The OLED bar of "MacBook Pro 2016" will commence a better user experience, in which a "MacBook" user will find the new feature right above the keyboard. The new "MacBook Pro 2016" will be installed with a distinctive attribute in which a user can access their most used apps and controls.
Even though "MacBook Air" and "MacBook Pro" were nowhere to be seen during Apple's events, Mac fans still got their hopes up that the new laptops will be up for grabs soon, Parent Herald reported.
The new "MacBook Pro 2016" is slated to come along with Skylake processor and retina display. Apple Stores were getting rid of the 13-inch non-Retina "MacBook Pro" from their outlets, it seemed the Apple Stores are ditching these gadgets to give way for the arrival of "MacBook Pro 2016,"
On the other hand, gadget specialists feel sure of the truth that "MacBook Air 2016" will hit the market first than "MacBook Pro 2016." As all "MacBook" laptops - not including "MacBook Air," are Retina display ready. And now, the tech company has discontinued the Retina models, but, rumors came up that the latest "MacBook Air" will be equipped with Retina display.
"MacBook Pro 2016" is expected to arrive in the fourth quarter of 2016, however, Apple Inc. remains silent about the release date of the laptops.
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