Apple?s most awaited MacBook Pro is supposed to be packed with several exciting features. An OLED display touch bar might be one of these features. MacBook Pro is expected to be launched at the Worldwide Developer Conference, better known as WWDC.
There are rumors that the new MacBook would run OS X 10.12. It will allow iPhone users to unlock their Mac computers using Touch ID. Now, there are News that MacBook would have its own fingerprint reader. A new OLED display touch bar might be placed above the keyboard.
According to MacRumors, physical function keys might be replace with OLED touch bar. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says, ?While long overlooked, the MacBook line is the brightest spot for Apple?s 2016 rollouts. This is particularly true of the two new MacBook Pro models, to be introduced in 4Q16, as they will have a thinner and lighter form factor, Touch ID, use OLED display touch bar (to replace physical function keys, located above the keyboard) and adopt USB- C / Thunderbolt 3.?
The new Macbook is expected to be powered with Intel’s latest-generation Skylake processors. The latest processors will increase performance of the computer. It will also improve battery life. Dedicated graphics card upgrades would also be included in the 15-inch model.
MacBook Pro will be available in two variants. The new MacBook Pro would come in 13-inch and 15-inch variations with high-resolution Retina displays. The hardware configuration of both devices would be same. USB Type-C ports might be there along with Thunderbolt 3 support. New thinner chassis is also expected as well.
AppleInsider has reported, the 12-inch Macbook already have USB Type-C port. So, it is highly likely that upcoming models will include this feature. The USB Type-C port can be used for both charging and connecting devices with the computer.
The company has not released any official information about the devices. However, Apple might announce the new MacBook Pro at the WWDC. The event is scheduled to be held from June 13 to June 17.
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