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Oct 27, 2016 12:26 PM EDT

Apple 'Hello Again' Event: 3 Important Things to Take Note on MacBook Pro, Apple TV and More! [VIDEO]

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The invites have been sent out a few weeks ago and it is time to take note on the important things that will happen in the event. 

Apple 'Hello Again' Event: MacBook Pro 2016

The big news of the event would be the release of new Macs. Everyone has been waiting for the MacBook Pro refresh.This year, Apple is giving them what they want. A sleek, thin laptop with an OLED strip crossing the top of keyboard - Apple replaces the traditional function keys row with a dynamic one, Wired reported.

The first and major overhaul since 2012 will include Touch ID for fingerprint scanner. The authentication also allows user to login to Apple Pay without the need of a watch or a phone. With the big changes coming after the long-wait, the analyst's speculation that states MacBook Pro 2016 will be on tight supply - could be somewhat true. Check here for details.

Apple 'Hello Again' Event: New app 'The Watch List' coming to Apple TV

An integrated app that will benefit for Apple TV owners will be launched soon. It is like a watch guide that based on users behavior while browsing contents through their TV. Hence, the app suggestions for each user would appear differently (and relevantly) from one to another. For those who have been following Apple rumors for sometime, may no longer be surprised with the news.

The Cupertino giant has been working on the streaming channels since a few months ago, 9to5Mac reported.

Apple 'Hello Again' Event: iMac upgrades

The tagline 'Hello Again' indicates the new Macs lineup. The iMac is believed to be one of the hardware receiving the upgrades. However, Apple could be making a design refresh for the iMac without major change on the processor as it's already been using the best one so far, the Skylake processor.

Stay tuned for more information on Apple Oct. 27 event!

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