It appears that the MacBook Pro 2016 is one of the most interesting releases for IT lovers this year. There have been rumors and rumors about its specs and many people expect it to be released this June. Some sources even claim that the exact date is June 13th, the first day of the Worldwide Developers Conference.
People have been guessing between three types of screen display options: 12-, 13- or 15-inch. Of course, the Retina option is included, together with a sleeker design (if that’s possible). The chipset is rumored to be a 6th gen Intel, the Skylake one, that will make the laptop more powerful and more efficient in processing data. If you add to that the fact that it comes with the new OS X El Capitan, you got yourself a state-of-the-art machine. This processor has already been adopted by numerous competitors on the market, making their smart devices more similar to the latest Apple developments.
The internal memory is not something to be neglected either. Following the global trend of incorporating more and more space in each device, Apple might include a base storage for its new product of around 256 GB, which is impressive. But perhaps the most interesting additions to the new laptop are the biometric security, the weather and news updates Siri (the AI program Apple uses) can bring and the Type-C USB ports.
If you were disappointed when the release of the MacBook Pro 2016 wasn’t announced in the “Let Us Loop You In” annual event hosted by Apple, you should certainly expect the June 13th and see if all the rumors are true. Meanwhile, you can check online what other people think the new laptop will bring and how far the technology will go.