The Rebirth Of The MacBook Pro Is Set On October 27; What To Expect On Apple Event?

By Staff writer , Oct 25, 2016 04:50 AM EDT

Apple has been releasing new Macs in one version to another every year since the 1980's. When we generally think about it, it's actually not a big deal, just a natural occurrence that constantly happens. But when you consider reality, excitement and anticipation quickly build up as the rumors circulate even further. This year will be no different. The MacBook Pro 2016 is highly-anticipated to be launched on the 27th of October, during an Apple event in Cupertino, entitled "Hello Again."

Highly-anticipated specs and updated features

With the upcoming event nearing, people are growing more and more curious about what new features will the much-improved MacBook bring to the table. What we have right now are unconfirmed but very credible rumors and speculations. As per reports, the new MacBook Pros will be a lot thinner than its previous versions and will have much larger trackpads, and instead of the iconic matte aluminum, the new Pros are going to be available in a new set of colors. Along with that, the upcoming 13 & 15-inch MacBook Pro models are going to feature an OLED display touch bar that would provide users with a row of digital buttons. They would be able to change functions based on the current app that you are using.

More and more features to get excited on

The MacBook Pro laptops will also be featuring a Touch ID fingerprint scanner and an all-new keyboard that features springy keys just like the ones on the 12-inch MacBook. The latest MacBook Pros will be incorporated with the Intel Sky Lake chipset, along with up to 2TB of storage, and a magnetic MagSafe port for USB-C. Overall, spec-wise, the new MacBook Pros is truly a revolutionary installment that would make you look at the Macs in a whole new different way.

It's been a long time coming, Apple

But with all cases made, the upgraded MacBook Pro have been much anticipated in a very long time. If you don't believe, just look at the numbers; Apple hasn't made any updates on the Retina MacBook Pro in 523 days. Which is why it is good to know that the MacBook Pro is going to be receiving a much-needed upgrade version that will truly take the whole series by storm. October 27 just can't come any closer.

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