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MacBook Pro 2016 release expected in Apple Event March 21: live stream, expected specs, features

MacBook Pro 2016 release expected in Apple Event March 21: live stream, expected specs, features

MacBook Pro 2016 release expected in Apple Event March 21: live stream, expected specs, features

If rumors are to be believed, Apple’s MacBook Pro 2016 is all set to arrive later today and there are reasons to believe that the top laptop from Cupertino based Apple will beat the expectations. There is no gainsaying the fact that MacBook Pro versions are already among the best, so the new version is going to put the bar even higher.

Apple is all set to hold a much publicized event where it is going to showcase a new version of iPhone, with probably smaller 4-inch display size. Many longtime Apple analysts believe that the tech giant will also showcase the latest version of its top selling laptop.

Apple event 21 March 2016 invites are already out and the people on the list are getting ready for a big wow. The ones who are not on the list, besides millions of other fans are getting ready to watch the event online that will be broadcast live on Apple website. macbook pro display

In the meantime a MacWorld report says the Cupertino tech giant usually launch laptops at this time and the 13-inches MacBook Pro model’s recent update was done a year ago. However, the invites did not give clues that Apple will announce a new laptop model. Speculators say two Mac events may be held possibly in June.

There are other reports that suggest that Apple will start offering a gold model to its consumers in the Apple event this month. The MacBook Pro is expected to run on the sixth generation Intel processors, Skylake. The Skylake-run laptops, manufactured by Dell, HP and Microsoft, are already present in the market and it would not be surprising if Apple also joins the bandwagon. The grand launch is scheduled at Cupertino, California office at 1:00 p.m. on Mar. 21. The live online streaming can be accessed by people with iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone with iOS 7 or above. It will also be available on Mac device with OS X 10.8.5 or above using Safari 4 or later version.

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