Oct 21, 2016 01:30 PM EDT
MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date: Patent Applications Reveal a New Mac that’s Full of Magic – Mouse, Trackpad, Keyboard! [VIDEO]
There are so many things to expect from the upcoming Apple Event happening in Oct. 27 at Apple Campus in Cupertino. MacBook Pro 2016 is one of the highlights of the event as the new mac is said to be a magical and state-of-the-art creation brought to the world by Apple.
Apple Patent Applications
Unearth trademark filings posted online by The Trademark Ninja has revealed new aspects of MacBook Pro 2016 before its release date. According to The Next Web, Apple might not only bring an OLED panel alone in the new mac but an OLED magic toolbar instead.
For this reason, the "magic" moniker being linked to MacBook Pro 2016 might come into reality. Magic mouse, magic trackpad and magic keyboard are some of the new features that are rumored to be associated in the new mac.
In relative to that, just few days ago, several reports have been linking Apple to Sonder, the makers of stand-alone dynamic keyboards. According to these reports, the Cupertino giant is currently under negotiations regarding the magic keyboard with colorful E ink display for the next-generation MacBook Pros.
MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date
Oct. 27 is the confirmed date for the most anticipated laptop of the year. Apple has reportedly sending invites to media team, thus led to conclusion that October Apple event is indeed happening.
MacBook Pro 2016 version is expected to drop the traditional USB ports to give way to USB-C ports which will cover much functionality such as file transfer and power supply. Aside from that, Apple's minimalism mentality has eventually knocked off the 3.5mm headphone jack according to Forbes.
MacBook Pro 2016 will hit the store shelves just in time before the holiday season. Thus, the new lineup of portable mac machines and laptop are expected to boosts the declining sales of iPhones for the previous months.
Apple is giving away links for the livestream of October Event through their official website.
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