MacBook Pro and Air 2016 will reportedly have a new Thunderbolt Display that will equip both Apple gadgets with 5K resolution.
According to Christian Daily, this will boost the said devices to both have 5120 x 2880 pixels.
The rumored display is yet available right now. However, its reported fall unveiling has led to speculations that it will already be integrated onto the newest models of the MacBook Pro and Air that will be released before the end of 2016. ?
The Thunderbolt display is expected to work seamlessly on both Apple devices since they will carry the AMD RX Radeon 400 graphics cards that are already scheduled for immediate release.
The same report also stated that the MacBook Pro 2016 will be positioned as Apple?s high-end gadget. The MacBook Air 2016 will supposedly be repositioned as an entry-level device.
Both upcoming products of Apple have been making news these past couple of weeks.
There have been reports that the MacBook Pro 2016 lineup will be the Cupertino-based company?s ?most significant upgrade ever.? According to Cult of Mac, renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities detailed that it will be thinner, lighter, and will carry a Touch ID and an OLED display touch bar. The premium laptop will also boast of faster Skylake processors and will have Apple?s personal virtual assistant, Siri.
As for the MacBook Air 2016, the lightweight laptop will reportedly finally sport a Retina display. This is in line with the recent phasing out of legacy non-Retina MacBooks over the past couple of weeks. The Air model is also the only remaining MacBook that still does not carry the said functionality.
Aside from these two laptops, Apple fanatics are also looking forward to the unveiling of the tech giant?s other new devices, such as the iPhone 7, Apple Watch 2, iPad Air 3 and iPad Mini 5.
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