MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date Rumored to Coincide with WWDC 2016

MacBook Pro 2016

The much awaited MacBook Pro 2016 will probably be released in the month of June, during the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2016 event slated for Monday 13.

During this Apple event, the company is expected to announce quite a number of new products and according to the latest reports, the MacBook Pro 2016 will be among the devices to be announced on this day. If all goes according to plan, Apple will come in with at least two variants of the MacBook Pro. Rumors have been rife that the company will come in with a 13-inch laptop and another with a display size of 15 inches.

Apple rarely talks up its upcoming products; however, speculations are always there, especially when nearing the production of the device in question. With Apple’s MacBook Pro 2016 rumors starting to bulge, it is possible that this device might indeed see a June release.

The current rumors claim that Apple will be shifting attention to newer models of their laptops so as to add variants with different screen sizes. However, it is believed that none of the new laptops will come without a Retina display. With this kind of display, Cupertino will be promising users of these gadgets that they will enjoy efficient power management and as such have a longer battery life.

Rumored MacBook Pro 2016 specs

As far as specs are concerned, the upcoming MacBook Pro will for sure represent an upgrade from the current generation of Apple laptops. For the first time, these laptops will come with the latest Intel Skylake chipsets as well as feature storage capacities of up to 256GB. As far as the RAM is concerned, little can be said of the two devices. However, the latest word on the street has it that the 13-inch variant will pack a RAM of 8GB while the 15-inch variant will pack a possible RAM of 16GB.

MacBook Pro 2016

Other features that Apple is rumored to be packing in the MacBook Pro 2016 laptops include the much-hyped USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3 ports.

As far as design is concerned, don’t expect anything that significantly strays away from the MacBook 2015 models. There is also word that the new line of MacBook Pro 2016 will be directed towards replacing the dying MacBook Air series.

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