MacBook Pro 2016 release date, specs: device may come in the first quarter … – Vine Report
When Apple announced their latest line of gadgets last September, they skipped MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and the iPad Air 3. With this, fans have been constantly wondering when the American giant will release these gadgets. Although some speculate that these will be launched next month, a louder noise, not to mention, higher possibility, has been buzzing that MacBook Pro, along with MacBook Air and iPad Air 3, will be coming most likely in the first quarter of 2016.
As observed by Latinos Post, Apple products have been discounting their older models. This is not a usual move from the company and only happens when new models are to be introduced. The same thing is said by Yibada as it noted that Adorama, an Electronics retailer, and AppleInsider, a tech website, have together offered exclusive offers ranging from $300 to $600 discounts for the 15-inch 2015 MacBook Pro, and as high as $800 for the 2014 MacBook Pro.
The current MacBook Pro comes with a 13.3-inch display at 227 pixels per inch, weighing around 3.48 pounds. It is powered by the fifth generation i5 dual core processor, along with either an 8GB or 16 GB RAM. For its internal storage, the MacBook Pro comes with 128GB with leeway to expand up to 1 TB. The device also comes with longer battery life, the latest operating system El Capitan, and costs around $1299 for its base price. There are rumors that the MacBook Pro 2016 will come in two options – a 13-inch screen and a 15-inch screen, along with the latest processor, Intel Skylake U-chipset, and the latest operating system, El Capitan. It is also speculated that the 2016 MacBook Pro will come with an improved battery life, type C USB port, and Force Touch.
Just recently, Microsoft also announced its newest laptop-tablet hybrid which mimics most of the specifications of MacBook Pro 2015 except for a more powerful processor at sixth generation i5 dual core and a its own latest operating system. The MacBook Pro line up is already due for an upgrade, so Apple can capitalize new-in-the-market features for it’s the anticipated MacBook Pro 2016. Hopefully, Apple will not keep the market in the dark for long.