MacBook Pro 2016 release may happen in September alongside with iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2.
Apple fans are waiting for the next edition of the MacBook Pro 2016, but the company has remained silent about its upcoming laptop. Now, it seems that the company will release the new MacBook Pro soon based on the following reasons: declining sales of current devices, cancellation of MacBook Air line, and discounts on previous MacBook laptops.
It is reported that the buyers are waiting for the launch of Apple?s new laptop and iPhone that has caused the decline in the sales of the company?s current hardware. The sales have declined by 8.3%. This could force Apple to release its new hardware soon to regain the sales and loyalty of its customers.
In addition to the dismal sales, there are also rumors that the company could suspend the MacBook Air lineup. So, it is most likely that the next laptop released by the company will be MacBook Pro 2016. The speculations about the suspension of MacBook Air are made because the company has not released any update since 2015, Neurogadget reported .
Moreover, discount on the current Macbooks also indicates towards the release of new laptop. Apple is offering discounts on its current laptops. The 128GB, 12-inch MacBook Air is available for $849 while the 256GB is now at $1,139. The company is also offering discounts on its 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros.
Apple is rumored to launch the new MacBook Pro 2016 with some head turning features like 5K display, Cellular 4G connectivity, an improved design, Intel ?Skylake? processor, USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3 ports, and OLED touch bar with integrated fingerprint reader. Moreover, it is expected to be sleeker and lighter than the current model. The new MacBook will roll out with pre-installed macOS Sierra with Siri functions.
However, the aforementioned features were based on the rumor mill and should be taken lightly. Apple has not announced the official features of the laptop as well as its release date.
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