Possible MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date In November?

By Victor Thomson , Aug 08, 2016 05:40 AM EDT

MacBook fans can enjoy the good news, as recent rumors claim that Apple will launch its flagship MacBook Pro 2016 in November.

According to Forbes, the 2-pound, tablet-like 12-inch MacBook represents the future. On a market that tends to expand the use of tablets in the detriment of traditional laptops, the MacBook is more efficient than Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro, even with its ergonomic Smart Keyboard.

Despite this trend that seems more favorable towards hybrid devices, ultra-slim laptops and tablet PCs, there are still many fans of Apple's MacBook Pro laptop line. Those customers waiting for the highly-anticipated MacBook Pro 2016 are just three months away from Apple's official launch date, if the rumors are true.

According to University Herald, the upcoming new generation of MacBook Pro laptops are likely to be among the first devices powered by the latest seventh generation Intel Kaby Lake processor. There are many speculations around the Apple flagship MacBook Pro 2016 hinting that the upcoming laptop will be completely redesigned and will come with several super features.

For instance, it is expected that the MacBook Pro's case will boast a slimmer design. In terms of connectivity, rumors suggest that the upcoming Apple flagship laptop will come with USB-C support.

NeuroGadget reported that Apple's upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 will feature Apple's artificial intelligence personal digital assistant. Siri uses natural language user interface to answer users' questions and it is already part of Apple's iOS, watch OS and tvOS operating systems.

MacBook Pro 2016 will replace the audio jack with a Lightning Port. A LTE feature will enable the new generation Apple laptop to connect to the internet without the need of a WiFi connection. TheNextWeb, however, reports that the rumored OLED bar will likely not be included in the MacBook Pro 2016.

The Cupertino-based tech firm remains silent regarding all these rumors and speculations. Apple has neither denied nor confirmed them. Until the high-tech company officially announces the specs of MacBook Pro 2016, we recommend you to take all these rumors with a grain of salt.

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