Aug 04, 2016 11:46 AM EDT
Apple MacBook Pro Redesign, Rumored Features Have Proven Wrong; Intel Kaby Lake, OLED Bar No More?
The imminent released of MacBook Pro is already felt by the netizens around the globe. The new set of spectacular features of the laptop that dubbed as everyone's dream has awakened the excitement of the consumers. However, unverified sources said that the new MacBook Pro 2016 will be redesign, removing almost all of the rumored features including Kaby Lake processor chip and OLED Touch.
Reports from different sources had set the internet into blaze due to the rumored features of MacBook Pro 2016 which is outstanding if compared to its predecessor. There's the utilization of USB Type-C, inclusion of OLED Touch Bar and the Intel Kaby Lake processor chip which is heard to replace the Skylake processor chip that powered the previous versions of MacBook. However, Apple fans expressed their disappointment over the news that those above-mentioned features will not be available anymore.
According to The Net Web, the more we take into account the rumors heard all the more it is for Apple to redesign the upcoming MacBook Pro and come up with the most interesting features. Take for example, adding OLED bar to the upcoming laptop's flagship as claimed by some tech analysts. However, it seems like OLED bar feature will not going to happen because the MacBook Pro 2016 will be slimmer and it will be difficult to place such device in a closed case.
As to the Intel Kaby Lake processor chip, since Intel has confirmed that they have delivered the OEM to Apple, there is something hope for the new processor. But for the Lightning port, it is again a very unlikely idea. According to iTech Post, Bluetooth headphones are much reliable and lightning port will be a waste of space if it is to be considered for headphones only. Lastly, the LTE technology is also a tossed-around.
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