Three features of MacBook Pro to be launched in autumn..
The delay in the launch of MacBook Pro has disappointed its fans many times. Apple has already updated its range of laptops. Apple had recently released the Retina-equipped MacBook laptop, whose price is almost close to the current-generation MacBook Air, as well as offers the same specs with a much better display quality.
Now good news is that wait will be over as Apple is likely to launch its updated MacBook Pro for 2016 in autumn. Macword.com reports that Apple aiming to release MacBook Pro quietly similar to all its Mac releases previously. They cite, the low-key launch of 12in MacBook 2016. May be the company doesn’t want to clash with the launching date of its iPhone 7 on September 7. Also there are reports that Apple is not likely to launch it along with its iPhone 7 launch.
Now chances are it will be a single quiet launch in the Q4 .
Three features you may expect from New MacBook Pro.
Now Apple’s low-price Retina MacBook Pro model is priced at £999. But models, having more features are available at £1,199 and £1,399.
So, New MacBook Pro is also likely to be priced at similar ranges.
2.Scrapping its 3.5mm headphone jack
Apple is considering to remove the feature for all its products. Obviously MacBook Pro 2016 is likely to be one among them.
3. OLED touchbar
Macword.com quotes analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s prediction that Apple will change the design with a thinner and lighter body, Touch ID, Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C. He says the most stunning feature will be OLED display touch bar.
“While long overlooked, the MacBook line is the brightest spot for Apple’s 2016 rollouts,” Kuo told Macword.com.
Customers who is in need of a a larger display can opt for the more powerful MacBook Pro laptop, which is expected to get launch a brand-new version of it within this year.It has revives hopes that Apple will finally launch MacBook Pro soon.
The existing MacBook Pro models, (13inch and 15inch) were last updated in 2015. But, there was no announcement about its launch in the WWDC 2016 event held in June.