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Watch Video: All you need to know about Apple’s 2016 MacBook Pro

Though Apple is yet to give any kind of information on its upcoming models, it is most likely have a USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 port “support.
MacBook Pro laptop line in over four years, according to people familiar with the matter, using one of its older products to help reverse two quarters of sliding sales.

Latest reports suggests that the long-awaited new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air is finally going to be released in October across the world.

Sources have revealed that Apple is finally launching the new MacBook Pros and its 13-inch model of MacBook Air this month.
This kind of approves similar reports from Bloomberg and the information provided by number of other experts.
A source told that,“Production started in the second calendar quarter on refreshes of the 13.3-inch and 15.4-inch MacBook Pro [and] the 13.3-inch MacBook Air,” reported tech website Forbes.com, adding a formal launch of the products will happen any time in this month.

Watch video of new MacBook Pro:

Lets find out what is likely to b the specs, price and other technical features of new MacBook Pro
A source said, this time Apple is likely to discontinue its previous model of 11-inch version of the MacBook Air in market is currently fulfilled by its super-svelte 12-inch MacBook model.

What will be the specs and features of the new MacBook Pro:
Though Apple is yet to give any kind of information on its upcoming models, it is most likely have a USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 port “support.”

So finally Apple is ditching the once trade-mark and traditional USB-A connector in its new MacBook Pro.

Apple sources also revealed that MagSafe connector is likely to be removed.
SO we may have a 12-inch MacBook, which has skipped MagSafe with a USB-C connector for charging purposes.

But, the much taled about redesign, of the MacBook Pro may be below our expectation, say experts.
They should have done it a long time ago,” says, Ryan Smith, editor in chief of tech site Anandtech.

“Most models are full price yet years out of date, and that makes buying old models bad investments for consumers,” he stated.

Now lets wait for a final announcement from Apple about the launch….

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