It is, according to Kuo, of “the biggest upgrade ever undertaken” by the company. Will come out in the last quarter of 2016 in two models of 13 and 15 inches

Apple MacBook Pro will receive a facelift before the end of the year, says KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The new terminals will be thinner and lighter, and will also include Touch ID and an OLED touch screen above the keyboard. These models, which come in the last quarter of 2016, come in separate versions of 13 and 15 inches.


Tim Cook company used to annually renew their lines, but according to Kuo this is “the biggest upgrade ever undertaken by Apple.” Thanks to a new type of hinges and design ‘butterfly’ keyboard, enough space to save the MacBook Pro is lighter and thinner still. The terminals also use the new USB-C ports.

The analyst says that the bar touch screen OLED replace the keys at the top of the keyboard of the MacBook. And not only that. In addition, this new generation of Apple computers may have USB support Thunderbolt-C and 3.

But if that were not enough, fans of Apple laptops could also soon enjoy a new 13-inch MacBook, according to Kuo.

And all this after Apple surprised, not long ago, with a new generation of MacBook. Specifically, last April, the company presented to the surprise of many, the new MacBook with the latest Intel processors, a new color and greater autonomy. It was an announcement that, in this case, was not accompanied by a great presentation.

If you do the same again with these new Apple MacBook Pro that may already be on the way, we do not know. But it is a matter of time.

Source: USPTO

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