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Apple MacBook Pro 2016 will release shortly while its predecessor gets a discount

The Apple Inc. is going to roll out its MacBook Pro 2016 in the later part of this year. The new MacBook comes with nouveau configurations and remarkable change in design. At the same time, its 13.3-Inch forerunner will be now sold with a discount of $300 so this way the E-retailers are quickly selling the older products and thus more room will be available for the upcoming laptops.

The 13.3-inch MacBook Pro eBay is available at eBay for $799.99 while originally this model was sold for $1,099. This product runs on an Intel Core i5 and a RAM of 4 Gigabytes. Apple is giving off this product to the customers with a warranty of one year.

It is expected that in the month of September, Apple is going to release iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus but the reports say that it is not going to release the next-generation MacBook alongside the release of company’s latest smartphones. So in that case, the company may schedule some other event for rolling out MacBook Pro 2016. The company may announce this upcoming variant on its website.

According to some rumors the new model is much lesser in thickness and weight relative to its forerunner. Moreover, the next-generation MacBook may replace the traditional function keys with new OLED (organic light-emitting diode) touch bar above the keyboard.

The upcoming model, like the Apple iPhones and iPads, may feature a fingerprint scanner fixed on its power button. Hence, the support for Apple Pay may also be available in the MacBook.

Recently, some reports indicate that the iPhone manufacturers, for getting more gamers on-board, may also use the AMD Polaris graphics card. Also for enhancing usability the trackpad is expected to be much wider than the predecessor notebook.

Moreover, the MacBook Pro 2016 is possibly going to be released in three flavors viz. Gold, Silver and Grey hues. The laptop will feature Type-C USB besides supporting other standard connectivity options. The notebook will be using the Intel Skylake processors.



About the Author: Haider Ali Khan
Found & Editor-in-Chief of Tapscape. I'm an Independent Cyber Security Researcher, Love to learn and write about Technology.
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