MacBook Pro 2016 Features Touchscreen And Keyboard Without Any Physical Keys

By Vins , May 19, 2016 06:10 AM EDT

Apple fans are anticipating to see the soon-to-launch MacBook Pro 2016, as reports said, it has a new feature that will amaze Apple tech lovers more. It is said that the developers will have it keyboard detachable with "zero-travel" forced-sensitive feature.

The MacBook Pro 2016 makers, Apple has done submitting its patent filing at the United States Parent and Trademark Office, in preparation for the unveiling of the device, according to Parent Herald. The highly anticipated electronic gadget could also be working with another upcoming latest Apple laptop model.  Fans will get to see the new look of MacBook with a detachable keyboard and touchscreen.

It is also described as a gadget with "force-sensitive input structure." Speculations are that the MacBook Pro 2016 will have an appearance similar to a smooth slate and it will sense the touch of the fingers, translating it as a suitable motion. To put it simply, the user will feel that they are touching physical keys.

Aside from its zero travel force-sensitive input, the Apple's soon-to-be-released device will also have a trackpad in larger size, which is designed for better browsing. Owners of MacBook Pro 2016 could also organize the keyboard according to their likes.

The device is also contains built-in microphone, double USB Type-C Ports, a smooth touchscreen screen, posts for stereo and Skylake processor. MacBook Pro 2016 will be released in two different size models, the 13-inch model and 15-inch model, as reported by Yibada. With its new added features, the Apple device will also have a better performing battery life.

When it comes to the pricing, Apple has not officially release it yet. The current MacBook Pro model ranges from $1,099. However, it is said that Apple wants to keep the price a bit the same or close to the current MacBook Pro model and could be worth $1,264 up.

Apple is set to unveil the electronic gadget in June 2016 in the Worldwide Developers Conference in California.

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