The 2016 MacBook Pro is coming, and rumors are high that Apple will be unveiling the updated powerhouse device on Oct. 27. While the tech giant is yet to release formal invites to the rumored event, the chances of the 2016 MacBook Pro making an appearance by the end of October are very high.
With the official release date of the device seemingly drawing closer, rumors about the upcoming power laptop are emerging like never before. If any, most rumors that have been emerging lately seem to confirm several speculations that were put forward in the previous months.
Among the most prominent rumors about the device states that the 2016 MacBook Pro will feature a radically redesigned frame that is sleeker and thinner than its predecessors. The 2016 MacBook Pro is also allegedly packing internals that is way more capable than the laptop's previous iterations.
Rumors about the 2016 MacBook Pro's internals have been diverse, but most point to the possibility of Apple's new laptop to pack Intel's Skylake chips and AMD GPUs. An OLED touch bar that would replace the traditional function keys of the laptop is also rumored to be in the works.
Recently, speculations about the 2016 MacBook Pro's color palette have also started to make rounds on the internet, with many fans of the device stating that the new laptop would most likely be offered in different color schemes. If these rumors prove true, Apple might very end up creating its most lucrative laptop yet.
The MacBook Pro, since its early days, has always been a powerhouse device, and it definitely looks the part. Clad in silver and black, the MacBook Pro's look has exuded power and prestige. However, its color scheme is also rather bland. If Apple decides to expand the MacBook Pro's color range with the 2016 model, the company might actually give the powerhouse device more character.
The 2016 MacBook has already experimented with this, introducing Rose Gold as an option for the ultra-thin laptop. Just like the Rose Gold iPhone 6S, the Rose Gold 2016 MacBook ultimately proved to be lucrative for the tech giant. Thus, a couple weeks from now, there's a good chance Apple fans will finally see the day when the MacBook Pro starts getting some color.