Apple's Dual-Screen 2016 MacBook Pro To Release In November: Specs, Price Details

Apple launching the 2016 MacBook Pro with dual-screen feature next month is the most talked-about report in the tech department today. Claims of a well-known blog dedicated to Apple stated in a report published on Wednesday, Sept. 28 that the redesigned MacBook Pro will be launched by mid-October and released by late November.

Announcement of the 2016 MacBook Pro was seen happening as Apple is reportedly preparing the big reveal in the pipeline. According to its report, MacRumors has known that Apple is stirring the path towards the announcement of the dual-screen MacBook Pro alongside other variants.

2016 MacBook Pro Now Manufactured

As it claimed, the release of dual-screen 2016 MacBook Pro model by November aims to pursue Apple's stiff timeline. In effect, these models are now being manufactured by supply chain partners of the Cupertino conglomerate.

2016 MacBook Pro Runs Smooth On macOS 10.12.1

Its report added that the impending debut of said device is in line with the works Apple is brewing on macOS 10.12.1, which is also readied to support the 2016 MacBook Pro's dual-screen ability.

Apple is in fact scheduling at least a wave of beta test for macOS 10.12.1 by the first week of October to get rid of possible bugs. In the following week, given that the beta test is successfully conducted and modified if necessary, Apple is expected to begin setting the final version of the software into the MacBook Pro device. Then, release will happen in November.

2016 MacBook Pro Specs, Price

According to a report from Business Insider, the dual-screen feature of the 2016 MacBook Pro will sit right on top of the keyboard. The design seems unimaginable as for now, but it could be true as well since Apple has been in the quest of providing the most advanced innovation in the laptop race.

Two MacBook Pro models are expected to come out: a 13-inch model and a 15-inch model, the more expensive version. Projected to sport a thinner build than their predecessors, these devices are also off to get a USB-Type C port. For the bigger MacBook Pro, AMD is said to be ditched in favor of Polaris chips.

The dual-screen MacBook Pro price point is expected to start at $1,299.

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