Rumors say that that the highly anticipated Macbook Pro 2016 will be launched on the 13th of June at Apple’s next Worldwide Developers Conference along with other new devices. Supposedly, Apple will reveal two variants of the MacBook Pro – one with a 13 inch display and one with a 15 inch display.
The Worldwide Developers Conference is a California based software and technology showcase conference held every summer by Apple where the visitors can talk first hand to the developers of Apple technology, see their latest models and attend presentation, talk and labs about the latest developments in the industry. It’s a very important event in tech development and houses around 4000-5000 attendees
International Business Times speculates that both of the variants will have Retina Display which will make the device consume power more efficiently and thus it will have a longer batter life.
Furthermore, the two new MacBook Pros will supposedly have Intel Skylake processors and around 256 GB in storage capacity. They may also have either a USB Type-C or a Thunderbolt 3 port.
Other details about the specs are related to RAM size – the 13 inch one will probably have 8GB RAM, while the other one, the 15 inch one, will reach up to 16MB RAM. It will also probably look similar in design to the model released in 2015.
This new line of laptops will supposedly replace the less successful laptop model line know as MacBook Air.
The MacBook Air was released by Apple in 2010 and it was meant to be a revelation in computing – it was light and thin as a feather and had a more lasting battery. However for all its plus points, it had a huge problem with the display. More specifically, when placed next to the MacBook Pro, the latter one had better resolution, better contrast and wider viewing angles.
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