For the past few weeks, rumours poured in about the Apple working on MacBook Pro 2016 models. Reports claimed that the company would announce the device in June this year.
The Cupertino-based company has not shared any information on MacBook Pro 2016 models, but it has announced that the company will schedule an annual WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) on June 13-17. Mobipicker reports Apple may introduce MacBook Pro 2016 on Jun. 13.
Previous reports suggested that Apple would unveil MacBook Pro 2016 on Mar. 21 but the event only saw iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro tablet as well as new band options for Apple Watch. So Apple would perhaps launch the MacBook Pro 2016 models in June, reports IBTimes.
Another report cited that MacBook Pro 2016 would come in two versions, namely a 13-inch screen and a 15-inch screen. Both models would sport Intel Skylake processors sixth-generation, which is expected to have better battery performance compared to its predecessors.
Fans are expecting the MacBook Pro 2016 models to have thin bezels similar to MacBook Air devices. It is said that Retina Display along with OLED displays will be included in the new notebook. Apart from this, 9 hours of battery backup, USB Type-C, Touch ID fingerprint scanner, Siri for Mac, Force Touch enabled Touchpad, dual-band a/c Wi-Fi, support for external graphics.
Moving on to pricing, the 13-inch MacBook Pro is slated for around $1500 (AU$ 1980). On the contrary, the 15-inchmodel is expected to cost around $2800 (AU$ 3696). Speculations add that the firm is also working on a 12-inch MacBook Air model, and it is expected to unveil at the upcoming WWDC 2016 event.
It is well known that how Apple handles its upcoming developments. So it is advisable to take this with a grain of salt as it is based on rumors.