The upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 has been gaining a lot of attention from tech freaks all over the internet. The buzz started when rumors and speculations about the device's specs and features emerged. Now, new reports are circulating suggesting the new laptop's release date.
According to several tech observers, Apple is planning for a big MacBook 2016 release sometime in fall this year. The release of the laptop is said to be followed by another big rollout of the iPhone 7, which is rumored to come out in the fourth quarter of the year. If rumors prove to be true, it could be a busy second half of the year for the Cupertino-based company.
In a report by 9to5 Mac, the new laptop is rumored to be sporting impressive specs and features not found on the previous Apple releases. One of the features includes the addition of a new OLED touchscreen, which will replace the old function keys located right on top of the keyboard. There are also speculations saying that Apple has a new revolutionary feature that may change the whole physical cover of the device. This is due to the company's plan to discontinue the 3.5mm headphone jack.
Other rumored features of the device include a USB-C support, a Touch ID fingerprint sensor and a much powerful processor to be paired with a bigger RAM compared to its predecessors.
There are also speculations suggesting that the new 2016 MacBook Pro will carry the latest GPU technology from AMD called Radeon RX 400, which is expected to improve the laptop's graphics in a big way. There are also rumors saying that the device will have its own Cellular 46 connectivity.
One of the most interesting features of the device is its 5K display capability. According to industry experts, Apple is said to be making sure that the MacBook Pro 2016 has the ability to support the new 5K video technology.