Recent speculations and alleged reports from Silicon Valley tech insiders point to June 13 as the likeliest date for Apple’s 2016 launching of its signature laptop series, the MacBook Pro, coinciding with WWDC four-day event from June 13-17.
The patent describes using sensors to employ gestures, including waving and pointing, to control a wearable devices like Watch.
Insider reports predict that MacBook Pro 2016 will be coincidentally released on June 13 around the same time as the WWDC event. Drawing on the recent trends in high-end laptop technology, the new Mac devices are expected to go ultra-thin but with an even more powerful chipsets, larger base storage offering, and biometrics security feature.
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Apple’s 2016 MacBook series is now believed to coincide the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June as numerous reports suggest. Meanwhile, the new models shall arrive with sleeker design than its predecessors with eye-catching features like Skylake chipsets, more USB ports, support for external graphics card, bigger storage offering, biometric recognition, and Siri.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently claimed that next year’s iPhone comes with curved glass design, large AMOLED screen display, wireless charging, and biometric security feature. However, question remains whether Apple shall proceed with the drastic change next year despite rumors of a totally redesigned iPhone 7 this fall.
A patent given to Apple on Tuesday describes the use of magnetism to stack multiple connectors on ultra-thin devices.
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Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted Apple's iPhone 7 will not deviate from iPhone 6 design but the 2017 variant will be thinner in metal glass and feature OLED screens. A 5.8-inch iPhone could be launched next year.
Despite a disappointing absence from Apple’s March 21 ‘Loop In’ event at Cupertino, ultrathin MacBook Pro 2016 are slated for a rumored release on June (or July) to coincide with WWDC 2016. Meanwhile, other notebook brand vendors are reportedly preparing for Apple’s launch of its powerful laptops around the same time.
When Apple announced the roll out of iPhone SE at its March 21 Cupertino event, the logic was to tap a considerably large market that favors small screen-sized phones. Despite its compact size, it comes with 5S and 6S features at a relatively lower cost.
Multiple reports suggest Apple could release 13" and 15" ultrathin notebooks at the end of second quarter.
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