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Apple ready to uncover new MacBook Pro in its October event

Rumours and speculations are highly hinting out that Apple would unveil its next gen MacBook Pro lineups on October 27th, 2016

By Soutrik Das, EnStars on Oct 17, 2016 09:35 PM EDT
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An Apple MacBook Pro laptop computer with Retina display stands on a table at a Gravis Apple retailer on November 6, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Apple is hoping for a strong Christmas season.
An Apple MacBook Pro laptop computer with Retina display stands on a table at a Gravis Apple retailer on November 6, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Apple is hoping for a strong Christmas season. (Photo : Getty images/Sean Gallup)

With rumors and booming out among tech lovers about Apple's new product lineup, it is expected that the tech giant might bring out its next set of devices in this upcoming October 27th, 2016. And MacBook Pro 2016 is highly speculated to debut in this next big launchpad event. The probability of this release date is framed by many popular and potential sources as well.

After the launch of much appreciated iPhone 7 in the last month, the expected upcoming release of next-generation MacBook Pro has already made much impact among the Apple lovers. Previously, it was thought that the tech giant may unveil the next version of MacBook on October 24th only. But according to a report by Breathe Cast, as per their previous records suggest, Apple never launched any new device on a Monday. This legacy of launch events would be evident in case of MacBook Pro 2016's upcoming debut as well. 

However, numerous rumors also indicate that the MacBook Pro 2016's release will coincide with the quarterly earnings call of Apple, which is scheduled to be held on October 25th. If not, the device might see the lights of the day on October. 27th only. According to a vast number of reports, Apple is also preparing to bring on a brand new trend of design for its MacBook Pro series.  

A report by ETF daily news suggests that the new MacBook Pro will be lighter and thinner than its precursor models. Also, a replacement of the traditional function keys with a wide and short touchscreen may be seen on this upcoming device. The product is also hinted to be equipped with a powerful and long lasting battery alongside a high-resolution screen.

The device is also said to sport a fingerprint sensor for unlocking the device. However, whether Apple's revolutionary replacement of 3.5 mm headphone jack: AirBud will be equipped with this new gadget line up or not is yet to be declared. Finally, we would have to wait for some days to find out whether Apple uncovers this brand new magnetic MacBook Pro in its upcoming launch event or not.   

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