MacBook Pro 2016 Review: You Can Never Go Wrong with the New MacBook; Ideal Back-to-School PC, Christmas Gift [VIDEO]By Shunie Pearl C. Dela Cruz, UniversityHerald Reporter
Have you thought about giving laptop to someone you love this holiday season? How about a back-to-school PC-laptop for your kids? The upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 is ideal for these two special occasions. Find out why.
Apple is known as the company that never sacrifices quality over pricing, wherein MacBook Pro lineup is the best example of that product. With the upcoming launching of the 2016 version of MacBook Pro, will the public be persuaded that Apple's portable machine is worth the penny on their pocket?
MacBook Pro 2016 for Students
MacBook Pro 2016's speculated features are not only for business-centric individuals but also fits for the students. According to Mac Rumors, Apple's top-tier portable machine will feature a major upgrade this coming fall of 2016.
Major upgrade includes a lighter and thinner body which eventually will be easier for the students to carry around the school campus. The touch ID functionality will enforce strict security from theft since the device will be accessed through owner's credentials such as fingerprint.
Furthermore, the USB-C ports will contribute to the convenience of a student life because the new port offers fast file transfer and other useful functionalities. USB 3.1 Gen 2 is also an addition to the USB-C port alongside Thunderbolt 3.
MacBook Pro 2016 as Christmas Gift
The most anticipated MacBook Pro 2016 is expected to hit the store shelves by the end of 2016. For this reason, it is expected for some loyal fans to purchase a new Mac as a Christmas gift, not to mention those who wait for the new Mac before they bought a new laptop this year.
MacBook Pro 2016 Sales
Ii was previously reported that Apple is currently facing declining sales on their products, especially the iPhones, thus, it is presumed that the early release of MacBook Pro 2016 could be the only way to uplift the shrinking sales of the tech giant for 2016, Business Insider reported.