MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date Expedited To November This Year? Here's What The Upcoming Laptop's Specs May Look Like [RUMORS]By Vinay Patel, UniversityHerald Reporter
Looks like a good news for avid MacBook fans that have been waiting with bated breath for the launch of Apple's flagship MacBook Pro 2016 as recent rumors hint the much-awaited portable computer will be release in November this year.
If rumors doing rounds are anything to go by, the new MacBook Pro will arrive in autumn. The device is said to pack Intel's Kaby Lake processor, which reports claim, has already started shipping.
Contrary to previous speculations that hinted MacBook Pro 2016 will be released in September next year; recently-surfaced rumors indicate a 2016 release for the laptop. But the speculations don't just stop there and goes on to tease a slew of radical overhauls that are in the offing.
Intel has begun rolling out its Kaby Lake processor to OEMs and system developers. Rumors are running rampant that the latest processor will be made available for the public in just a couple of month, ideally before the holiday shopping season.
The seventh-generation processor is said to offer a slew of upgrades from its predecessor. Customers should anticipate a boost in the overall speed as well as graphic abilities. Moreover, Intel's Kaby Lake processor will use up less power, thus prolonging the battery life for the portable devices, Gadgets 360 reported.
What's Inside The MacBook Pro 2016
Intel's Kaby Lake processor will immanently support Thunderbolt 3. Other enhancements associated with the Kaby Lake processor include 10-bit HEVC video, HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 support and 4K video playback, PC Advisor reported.
Aside from the new processor, the MacBook Pro 2016 is said to be slimmer and lighter as compared to its precursor. The laptop will reportedly ship with Touch ID fingerprint scanner, four USB Type-C ports and an OLED touch bar above its keyboard. However, the purported device is likely to get rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack, replacing it with a Lightning-to-audio port.
The MacBook Pro 2016 display screen is rumored to have received an overhaul as well. Although the screen may not sport a 4K display as previously speculated, its pixel density is likely to be increased up to 400ppi.
The imminent laptop will come in an array of color variants, just like the 12-inch model that is now up for grabs in space gray, rose gold and gold.
There is no confirmation in terms of hardware changes expected on the upcoming MacBook Pro 2016.
It looks like zealous MacBook fans will have to wait until MacBook Pro 2016's arrival this November to find out more about the device's hardware.
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