Is the MacBook Pro release date confirmed? A rumor claims that the MacBook Pro release date is very near. As we already know, Apple is hosting a big event somewhere between March 15 to 21.
So, are we going to see the grand entry of MacBook Pro 2016 within few days? Fingers crossed!
The current MacBook Pro models are spotted with discounts and also creating a hype about MacBook Pro 2016?s release. According to Apple Insider, MacBook Pro was under discount sales for four days. Buyers could choose MacBook model MJLT2LL/A ?for $2,179. Free shipping was also available. In addition to these, customers received a free notebook stand. If MacBook Pro comes out in this month it will be looting the laptop market. ?We see MacBook as a stronger candidate for becoming a theme given solid growth in the business segment, as well as a potential upgrade to hit the market in 1H16,? KGI Securities? Ming-Chi Kuo ?in AAPL investor report, according to 9to5 Mac.
MacBook Pro 2016 Features
Apple is installing a powerful battery in its brand new MacBook Pro 2016. ?The 13 inch MacBook Pro lasts up to 10 hours between charges. The 15 inch model lasts up to 9 hours. That?s an hour longer than previously for each model. They deliver 12 hours and 9 hours of iTunes movie playback, respectively. That?s impressive battery life for any notebook,? Apple wrote on its website. The device will pack a groundbreaking Retina display and ?A new force-sensing trackpad. Retina display will bring down the glare and it will enhance the color quality. The rumored IPS ?technology will create 178-degree view on the screen.
It will be powered by a powerful dual-core and quad-core Intel processors. MacBook Pro can be connected to an 802.11ac Wi-Fi base station like ?AirPort Extreme or AirPort Time Capsule. The ?wireless performance is up to 3x faster. The buyer will find a dual built-in microphones. These will reduce background noise, and you can enjoy the music without any kind of distraction. The MacBook Pro 2016 will have a price tag between $1,299 to $1,799.
Do you feel it’s better if Apple launches the MacBook Pro 2016 before its competitors bring out their flagship laptops?