MacBook Pro Renovates to Bring Touch ID Power Button and Oled Function Keys
MacBook Pro was first launched in January 2006 by Apple Incorporation in the line of Macintosh portable computers. With the introduction of MacBook Pro, it became the second model to be introduced in the Apple-Intel transition, after the iMac. MacBook Pro is a high-end variant of the MacBook family, and it mostly designs the device with 13-inch and 15-inch. Though a 17-inch model was offered in April 2006. The last MacBook Pro was launched in 2015 with a 15-inch screen. MacBook Pro Renovates to Bring Touch ID Power Button and Oled Function Keys.
Earlier in May this year, Ming-Chi Kuo, a renowned KGI Securities analyst said that the Apple’s MacBook Pro assembling would get the most substantial upgrade amongst all the devices that company has released in 2016. He stated that the company would announce two new 13-inch and 15-inch laptops in Q4. The device will feature an Oled display panel on top of the keyboard, which will replace the physical function keys.
Recently, 9 to 5 Google claims that the new MacBook Pro models apart from the Oled function – the keyboard will feature a Touch ID power button.
These MacBook Pro variants are expected to be announced this fall. According to the KGI report from May, the Touch ID support will be featured in the upcoming MacBook laptops, the though reports failed to give specifications about the feature. Currently, the reports say that Touch ID would be slotted into the power button itself as it is with the home button on the new iPhones.
The KGI market analyst has also claimed that the upcoming MacBook Pro series will include USB Type-C or as the Apple calls it USB-C and ThunderBolt 3 with the fast Intel Skylake processor. Additionally, the new variants are also speculated to feature AMD’S latest 400-series Polaris graphic cards.