Apple MacBook Pro 2016 launched with Touch Bar and Touch ID

The iPhone 7 maker has just unveiled an upgrade to is line of MacBook, the Apple MacBook Pro 2016 is no doubt an upgrade to its predecessors and would be coming in two size variants which includes the 13.o-inch as well as the 15-inch variant

However the Apple MacBook Pro 2016 13-inch version wont be coming with a Touch Bar but with a more affordable price, that being said the two devices come in a more lighter and of course thinner designs as against previous version of the MacBook

Interestingly, the MacBook Pro 2016 is the company’s first ever to sport the Touch Bar ( OLED strips ) touchscreen display located just above keyboard at the function keys replacing the usual Fn keys on most laptops, surprisingly the Touch Bar performs far better functions than the Fn keys used before on the keyboard

MacBook Pro 2016

Few functions perform by Apple’s Touch Bar ( OLED strips )

  • It can be use to add bookmark when surfing on a Web browser
  • Users can as well login directly to any apps on the MacBook

Apple Touchbar

  • Likewise the touch bar can be use to edit pictures either by resizing, rotating or whatsoever
  • With the device touch bar function you can easily watch TV and of course live TV

Similarly, these newly launched Apple MacBook Pro 2016 are not just the first to sport a touch bar alone but also comes with a never used before Apple’s Touch ID, the Apple’s Touch ID allows users to sign in to Apple Pay and initiate payments with the use of a fingerprint

That being said the 15-inch MacBook Pro 2016 will be powered by a sixth generation quad-core Intel processor (Skylake) with an AMD Polaris graphics while the other 13-inch variant comes with a dual-core processor, although Apple says the new 13 inch MacBook Pro will be available with Core i5 or Core i7 dual-core processors with Intel Iris graphics it however will retail with a starting price of $1499

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The 15 inch Apple MacBook Pro 2016 will come with far more powerful processor and is expected to be available with a starting price of about $2399. additionally the two models feature four Thunderbolt 3/USB 3.1 Type-C ports and support faster processors, powerful graphics, and of course a far better SSDs than what was used on its predecessors

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