MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date Confirmed For November? Apple Laptop Will Be Equipped With Siri, But OLED Bar Not Likely To Happen!By Vinay Patel, UniversityHerald Reporter
Looks like a good news for avid MacBook fans as recently surfaced rumors hint that the MacBook Pro 2016 will hit the store shelves in November.
If these rumors are anything to go by, those waiting with bated breath for the MacBook Pro 2016 are just three months away from getting their hands on the highly-anticipated Apple laptop.
The new MacBook Pro 2016 is likely to be one of the first devices to employ the latest seventh generation Intel Kaby Lake chipset.
Rumor mills have not ceased churning speculations around the MacBook Pro 2016 hinting that the purported laptop will be completely predesigned and will boast an array of awe-inspiring features.
The overall case is rumored to boast a slimmer design. Moreover, the USB-C availability will be the silver bullet connectivity. But that's not all, the MacBook Pro 2016 is said to feature Apple's popular intelligent personal assistant, Siri, NeuroGadget reported.
Siri is part of Apple's iOS, tvOS and watch OS operating systems. Siri utilizes natural language user interface in order to answer questions. Basically, users of the imminent MacBook Pro 2016 will be able to brag about having their own assistant.
MacBook Pro 2016 guarantees better performance. The upcoming laptop will ship with a Lightning Port but it will oust the audio jack from iPhone 7, and Intel's Kaby Lake processor is likely to be inside along with the LTE feature that enables the MacBook Pro to connect to the internet even in the absence of WiFi connection.
However, TheNextWeb rubbishes these rumors and reported specs citing reports from people familiar with Apple's plans.
The publication confirms that the rumored OLED bar will not make an appearance on MacBook Pro 2016. It dubs MacBook Pro 2016 lightning port as a "silly idea."
However, the Bluetooth headphones seem reliable. Sources reportedly believe that the lightning port complicates data transfers methods.
The upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 might not pack the LTE feature. Apple will reportedly allow users to connect through data connection with the help of the tethering feature of the iPhone.
Apple recently introduced an all-new way to authenticate MacBook log-in via Apple Watch, which can be alternatively used as Apple pay transactions on the Web.
The Cupertino-based tech firm remained tight-lipped about these rumors and speculations and has neither confirmed nor denied them. Until Apple announces the official specs of MacBook Pro 2016, fans should take these rumors with a grain of salt.