MacBook Pro 2016 release date, specs rumors: Drop in current models’ prices signals the arrival of a new MacBook … – The Christian Times

(Apple)The pictured laptops are rumored to be more expensive than the MacBook Pro 2016.

The MacBook Pro 2016 rumors are getting louder again as the current 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros have become subjects of exciting deals that allow buyers to save up to $400. Tech observers suggest that the compelling deals signal the arrival of a newer model, which is rumored to be the MacBook Pro 2016.

According to Apple Insider, Authorized reseller B&H has been giving away discounts to Apple fans who decide to buy the current MacBook Pro models.

The price cuts start at $200, but for high-end models such as the 15-inch MacBook Pro, the discount can go up to $400. The laptop that carries a 2.8GHz processor, along with 16 GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage capacity is only available for $2699. Discounts are also given to customers who will get the 13-inch and 15-inch configurations that are packed with the standard to the top-of-the-line setups.

According to the report from Apple Insider, this has been the lowest prices they have seen this year.

If rumors prove to be true, fans will be able to see the upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 anytime soon. Previous reports coming from Ming-chi Kuo, a respected Apple analyst, suggest that the company will release the best MacBook Pro models this year. The new laptop is said to have a new design and packed with the best specifications in the market today. It will be lighter, slimmer and will still be released in 13-inch and 15-inch sizes.

Meanwhile, previous reports suggested that Apple may discontinue the MacBook Air line and replace it with MacBook Pro. According to the report, the company will focus more on the development of its MacBook Pro line and eliminate the other laptop series.

There are speculations coming from tech observers saying that Apple may officially announce the MacBook Pro 2016 at the upcoming WWDC 2016 event this month.


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