Tech & Gadgets

MacBook Pro 2016 Release Today: Final Countdown Begins!

By on
MacBook Pro 2016

MacBook Pro 2016 is getting released today? Yes! If everything works out well, we will be lucky to see the grand entry of MacBook Pro 2016 today at the Apple?s Big Event.

MacBook Pro will have Intel?s 6th-generation Skylake processors, replacing the 5th-generation Broadwell chips. These chips were seen in the MacBook 2015 versions. The device will pack ?at least two USB C ports. MacBook ?The rumored IPS technology ?added advantage. This technology will create a 178-degree view on the screen. ?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?s Ming-Chi Kuo predicted.

This versatile laptop will also pack ?improved battery life, graphics, and RAM capacity. ??The price range of the new MacBook Pros will be between $1,299 to $1,799. MacBook Pro 2016 is going to gift you a FaceTime Camera feature.

?Make your point with greater clarity. Centered just above the widescreen Retina display on MacBook Pro is an advanced FaceTime HD camera, with an image sensor that produces accurate colors and reduced image noise even in low light,? Apple disclosed on its website.

It was also revealed that there will be Dual built-in microphones which will enrich the FaceTime calling experience by reducing the ?background noise from behind the MacBook Pro. The stereo speakers will be awesome in MacBook Pro 2016. Pro will feature a ?Retina display which will reduce the glare while preserving its vivid color and image quality.

The 13 inch MacBook Pro with Retina display has approximately 2 million more pixels than an HDTV. The 15 inch model has 3 million extra pixels. MacBook Pro 2016 is equipped with 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology. ?When the user connects his MacBook Pro to an 802.11ac Wi-Fi base station like AirPort Extreme or AirPort Time Capsule, the wireless performance will go up to 3x faster.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro?s processing speed will go up ?from its 2.7GHz entry-level processor to 2.8GHz or 2.9GHz.

About the author

To Top