The highly anticipated MacBook Pro 2016 is said to be replacing the popular MacBook Air series as the new flagship laptop of Apple. While fans and critics have continued to share their own predictions about the development and release date of the new device, rumors about its impressive specs and features have also started to emerge online.
According to the latest reports, the upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 is said to be carrying great features including an NFC chip, wireless charging capability and a Touch ID system. However, there are rumors suggesting that the device's battery feature does not seem to be improving.
It was already announced by the Cupertino-based company during its Apple Worldwide Developers Conference or WWDC 2016 that all MAC computers, laptops and PCs, will run on the new MacOS Sierra operating system. Many fans are positive that Apple can provide additional features with their new OS for the upcoming MacBook Pro release. There are speculations suggesting that the 2016 version of the laptop will already be equipped with fingerprint reader.
According to a report by DigiTimes, the next generation MacBook Pro will certainly have an NFC chip and a wireless charging feature. As of the moment, nobody can provide concrete information with regard to the new added features.
Meanwhile, 9to5Mac reported that the new MacBook Pro will be slimmer and lighter compared to its predecessor. However, its thinner design is expected to sacrifice other things of the laptop including its battery and upgradability.
Tech observers are hoping that Apple can find a way to make sure the new aesthetics will not sacrifice the productivity of the device. However, it will certainly be hard to squeeze in a larger and powerful battery in its new rumored design.
As of the moment, fans will have to wait for Apple to make an official announcement with regard to MacBook Pro 2016's development and release date.