Apple MacBook Pro 2016 Will Not Be Revealed at The Upcoming WWDC, Expected to Be Thinner and Lighter, Siri to Be Updated!

There are reports suggesting that Apple will come out to reveal the MacBook Pro 2016 sometime in June itself since the product release has been announced somewhere around August. There are chances that Apple will make the laptop bigger with something around 14 and 16 inches. It is also set to get a redesign for the USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 ports.

There are rumors suggesting that Apple will discontinue the smaller MacBook Air models and will focus completely on the 13 and 15 inch models. With the USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 being introduced in the new MacBook Pro 2016, the USB-A Thunderbolt 2 and MagSafe 2 are going to be removed.

KGI Securities has informed that MacBook Pro 2016 will be thinner and lighter and will come with a Touch ID and a new OLED touch bar, which will be placed above the keyboard. It is also expected to have a fast Skylake processor along with 400 series Polaris graphics chips.

The WWDC is usually a software event and there is no idea where the rumor about the launch of MacBook Pro 2016 during the June 13th event was started, but there is enough information to indicate that it is going to remain an only software event. This means that Apple will not deal with anything related to the MacBook Pro 2016 and those interested have to wait for it to be revealed.

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