MacBook Pro 2016 Features: What to Expect

MacBook Pro 2016

Tech aficionados are hopeful that the MacBook Pro 2016 would be announced at the WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) which will be held from June 13 to June 17; as this was being widely rumoured. After a no-show at the last couple of Apple events, a refreshed version of the offering is long due. So, fans may already have a long list of what the upcoming Apple laptop should bring. The speculations have painted it to be the machine to watch for.

Fans may witness the arrival of the 13-inch and 15-inch versions of MacBook Pro 2016 with Retina displays which are expected to be sleeker in comparison to their predecessors. As noted by International Business Times, the offering may take a leaf out of the 12-inch MacBook in terms of the design. Contrary reports have also surfaced, suggesting a 14-inch and 16-inch models in the works. But it’s best to take this information with a pinch of salt until more concrete details are made public on this front.

It is also being widely accepted that the MacBook Pro 2016 could come embedded with powerful sixth generation Skylake chipset. As reported by Macworld, the upcoming Apple laptop is also said to arrive embedded with a new AMD GPU. While the new processor will do the job of improving performance and enhancing and maintaining battery life, the GPU would proffer enhanced graphics on the MacBook. What’s more interesting is that there are also whispers about multiple USB-C ports or a USB 3 port as well as new Thunderbolt 3 ports.

One of the other rumours that show up over and over again suggests that the upcoming device could well be equipped with a Touch-sensitive keyboard as opposed to the one with physical keys. However, this does seem unlikely for the upcoming MacBook 2016. There is also the question of how well will this feature be embraced by fans if it does materialise.

Keep coming back for more updates about MacBook Pro 2016. What are your expectations from the upcoming Apple MacBook Pro? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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