Aug 01, 2016 07:45 AM EDT
Apple to Equip The Rumored Macbook Pro 2016 with Kaby Lake but OLED Touchbar is Unlikely
Macbook Pro 2016 has generated a lot of talks and speculations ahead of its launch. We take into account, all of the Apple rumors and pick some of the opinions that could likely to be true.
Macbook Pro 2016 rumor on specs: integrated OLED technology?
The OLED touchbar, could be a big update in this year's Macbook Pro. The touchpad will replace physical function keys and it will have customizable controls based on the specific app you use.
The OLED bar has been a controversy even when it's just a speculation. Apple superfans opinions split as some of them believe the OLED touchbar is too good to be true. TheNextWeb claimed to speak to credible sources and they're doubtful whether the technology might appear in Macbook Pro 2016. It would cost Macbook Pro 2016 a huge fortune.
According to these analysts, it would take a very big leap on technical and hardware just to fit OLED bar in the device. Previously, Yibada who did rumors roundup on Macbook Pro said that the next generation will be cheaper.
Macbook Pro 2016 specs: Intel Kaby Lake and USB Type C
The rants continue to talk further on the chipset and other features of Macbook Pro 2016. You may have heard rumors on Macbook Pro 2016, which said to have Skylake in it. However, Apple needs a more powerful chipset to boost its performance.
With the Kaby Lake being shipped a few weeks ago; Macbook Pro 2016 could be using this 7th generation of Intel Kaby Lake processor; along with AMD's custom designed graphics card, UH News reported.
All of the Macbook Pro 2016 variants will likely to adopt USB type C port. Apple might invest four USB type C ports and Touch ID fingerprint sensor for more advanced security. Other than that, the device might come with 2304 x 1440 display resolutions, longer battery life and lighter weight.
Macbook Pro 2016 rumor on release date
Apple fans should expect Macbook Pro 2016 release in November 2016.
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