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New MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, 5K Monitor Going To Launch In October 2016

New MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, 5K Monitor Going To Launch In October 2016

New MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, 5K Monitor Going To Launch In October 2016

Apple is planning a more expensive refresh of its Mac portfolio, with new MacBook Air and iMac models on the way, and they could come to as soon as October, as per the new report. Apple is introducing the next iPhone on September 7. The Cupertino giant is also likely to introduce the successor of the original Apple Watch, but there's been no word on Apple's strategies for its other products alongside. Now, we get fresh intelligence appealing that Apple is looking to bring new Macbooks and a new 5K display sometime in October. Apple is also working on few iPad upgrades that are probable to be rolled out next year.

For the iPad Pro, Apple is assumed to be planning new features for the Apple Pencil. For example, the company has tested giving users the facility to annotate content in applications across iOS, including Messages, Mail, Safari, and more. Presently, the Apple Pencil only supports full functionality in select applications.

For the MacBook Air, the new models will take on USB Type-C. The iMacs changes will be received mostly under-the-hood, with new GPU options from AMD for future customers to choose from. These changes may be small, but, depending on whatever else Apple brings to the table, could be valuable to someone watching for a new portable device.

New MacBook Pro, which is said to boast an OLED touch bar above the standard keyboard. The report specifies that when the user is on the desktop, the OLED touch bar will propose the standard row of function keys, with changing brightness for the display and media keys.


Apple is likely to unveil 13-inch and 15-inch variants with Oled display panels. It will change the physical function keys, and is also probably to include the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. The report states that the panel is being called the "Dynamic Function Row" internally, but this isn't certainly the official name of the feature. The panel requires the MacBook Pro to run on the latest Sierra OS, and the final form is likely to roll out sometime in September.

Consumers will be able to purchase the new iMac with an AMD graphics processing unit (GPU), the new report said — that would put the new model on par with previous models.

The new MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and the 5K monitor were likely to be unveiled in June, but that didn't happen. Apple is now estimated to reveal the refreshed Mac products and the new monitor in October, after the frenzy around its iPhone starts to wear off. For now, the whole spotlight is on September 7.

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