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MacBook Pro 2016 News: Apple Conducting Surveys To Decide Features?

Update Date: Sep 15, 2016 02:37 PM EDT

It seems that Apple is finally gearing up to bring a massive change in the MacBook Pro 2016 prior to its release. Notably, this flagship product of Apple has not seen much change since 2013.

Additionally, since the Apple users did not take the removal of headphone jack positively, Apple is focused on enhancing user experience. Thus, Apple is now reportedly sending out survey questions about headphone jack, reported Mac Rumors.

Moreover, Apple has also included questions about battery life, and other ports, including an SD card slot. Based on a leaked MacBook Pro specs, the latest flagship product of Apple would sport four USB - C ports along with a headphone jack.

All other ports will be removed from the upcoming MacBook Pro. Thus, if the specs were to be believed, the latest MacBook Pro would not include any HDMI port, USB - A port or an HD Card Slot.

However, in another news, the release date of MacBook Pro 2016 might be delayed due to the use of latest Intel Kaby Lake processors.

Considering the rumors, Apple's MacBook Pro will be thinner, and come with an OLED touch panel. Additionally, it will also remove the function keys, to make it look more compact and sleeker. However, it is not yet confirmed if Apple will be totally removing the headphone jack, and keeping only the USB - C ports. Considering Apple's latest iPhone 7 launch, and the surveys being sent out, it seems that Apple might do away with any other ports.

As for the release date, there have been no official announcements. However, tech experts believe that Apple might be launching the product in early 2017, after gathering all the information and piecing them together to create a flagship product. Users need to stay tuned to news to get the latest updates on Apple's MacBook Pro 2016.

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