Oct 20, 2016 01:07 PM EDT
What to Expect from the Upcoming MacBook Pro 2016, MacBook Air, iMac Release Date? See Keynotes Here [VIDEO]
An Apple-centric event is coming to reality as the tech giant has started sending out invites for the upcoming launching of MacBook Pro 2016, 13-inch retina MacBook Air and refreshed iMac in Oct. 27. Here's every possible thing that could happen in the most anticipated event.
macOS Sierra-Operated Macs
Replacing the old OS X, macOS Sierra has been introduced by Apple month before the anticipated release date of MacBooks and desktop. According to Recode, releasing new hardware to sport the new operating software is a perfect timing as holiday season is nearing.
Sierra has a lot of features to offer for Apple's portable machines and that includes the Siri voice assistant of iOS and the ability to copy and paste between macOS and iOS. The new operating system also enhances the messaging as well as the photo management.
MacBook Pro 2016 with Intel Kaby Lake
Yes, it is very likely for Apple to introduce a MacBook Pro 2016 that runs an Intel Kaby Lake chipsets. According to Digital Trends, the possibility of it can be traced down to the obsolescence of the MacBook Pro processors, such as Haswell and Broadwell.
On the other hand, no further information about the processor used in the refreshed retina MacBook Air and iMac; however, one thing is for sure at this moment, Apple will let these two obsolete devices languish no more.
AMD Polaris for Macs Graphics
Being knowledgeable about the physical design revamped of MacBook Pro 2016, Apple will use the AMD Polaris graphics chipset to come off with a slimmer laptop for this year. According to Mac Rumors, the said AMD graphics chipsets are best fit to deliver a thinner laptop.
How to Watch Apple October Event?
Aside from sending invites, Apple has also provided a link for fans to watch live stream of the Oct. 27 event titled "Hello Again." Here is the link for the event which can be found in Apple website.
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