We are only three days far from Apple’s official launch ceremony “Hello Again” and the buzzes and gossips are hitting the market more unequivocally. In spite of the fact that Apple hasn’t yet made any official declaration about which gadget will be propelled on 27th October occasion, yet tech masters are expecting the updated variants of MacBook arrangement. Apple a week ago began a sending media invitation which was found to be quoted a welcome note reading “Hello Again.” In the welcome note, Apple was has comprised an invitation note for its Thursday event where the organization is expected to bring up upgraded Mac lineup.
Tech Gurus from different corners of the word have started guessing what will be launched on Thursday. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is expected to introduce a cluster of gadgets from the Mac lineup at the Thursday event. As said by Kuo, Apple will make a number of announcements for its MacBook line-up, but the biggest highlight of the event will be the revived version of MacBook Pro.
As per the previous rumours and the assumption of Kuo, MacBook Pro will be available in two variants including a 13-inch and 15-inch models. Kuo further added that the revamped version of MacBook Pro would be packed with Oled display technology alongside a USB Type-C and the Thunderbolt 3.
Except these specs, Apple is also expected to enrich the all-new MacBook Pro with advanced features like Touch ID and the fingerprint scanner. Kuo also estimated that, upgraded MacBook Pro will be featured with the Intel’s Skylake processor and will have a powerful and enlarged memory section.
According to Kuo, MacBook Pro will come with a new option of 2TB SSD storage capacity, which will make it exceptional from other gadgets. In the display segment, Apple is expected to bring some more improvements for the all-new MacBook Pro. A bigger and better display quality with more energy efficiency is expected from the upcoming MacBook Pro, as said by Kuo. Along with these features, the MacBook Pro will arrive with “MagSafe-like adapter” which will be introduced either by Apple or a third-party seller.
Along with MacBook Pro, an upgraded version of MacBook is also expected from Apple this time. As said by Kuo, the long-rumoured 13-inch MacBook is most likely to make its debut at the Thursday event. Accompanying a number of additional feature and improvements in comparison to the existing 12-inch MacBook, the new MacBook is believed to pack a 13-inch display.
However, Kuo didn’t give any comment on the arrival of a refreshed MacBook Air lineup. Rolling over to the upgraded iMac gadgets, Kuo has denied this rumour and said that, iMac models are expected to go live in the first half next year.