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MacBook Pro 2016 Release Date News: Apple To Reveal Design Changes Before The Big Release?

Update Date: Sep 24, 2016 02:04 PM EDT
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The new 13-inch MacBook Pro is dispalyed after it was unveiled during an Apple special event at the historic California Theater on Oct. 23, 2012 in San Jose, California. Apple introduced the new iPad mini at the event, Apple's smaller 7.9 inch version of the iPad tablet. (Photo : Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

The MacBook Pro 2016 is all set to be revealed next month. It is believed that Apple is finally shifting its focus from iPhone to MacBook prior to its release.

Tech experts and Apple fans have been expecting several changes in the MacBook Pro, since it was last updated in 2012. However, there have been no official announcements from Apple about the features of the MacBook.

If the rumors were to be believed, Apple would finally do away with the function keys on the top of the keyboard. Instead the upcoming model of MacBook would include a touch panel. According to  Bloomberg, this dynamic touch panel might also include other controls for the applications.

Moreover, the newest Apple MacBook Pro 2016 is believed to have a sleeker and more sophisticated look. Also, the MacBook will do away with the 3.5 mm headphone jack, following iPhone 7's trend.

Additionally, it is also rumored that Apple is planning to bring in 4G connectivity for its MacBook Pro models. The reason for this is perhaps the technological advancement and decrease in costs of 4G connection.

Apple has always been the innovator of technological trends. To keep its reputation intact, Apple has invented a new way to interact with MacBook Pro 2016. One such way is Apple Pencil. The upcoming feature product of Apple will include a trackpad compatible with Apple Pencil.

In other news, Apple is also working on a standalone monitor to connect to its computers. Apple is presently working with LG Electronics to create a new monitor with a 5K high-resolution screen. Notably, Apple also sells iMac with a built-in 5K panel that includes seven times the normal pixel amount in 1080p displays. However, there has been no official confirmation on either LG's or Apple's parts regarding this partnership.

 

 

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