According to a recent report, the unboxing of the MacBook Pro 2016 will not only impress you with its cosmetic look and hardware revisions but now MacOS Sierra, the next-generation Apple ultraportable will have a super fast I/O technology. The device is confirmed to sport a USB 3.1 Gen2 ports with full Thunderbolt 3 support.
Similarly, an in-depth detail on MacOS Sierra has already been made by 9to5Mac, which is confirmed by Apple that the next-generation Macs will run on, including the MacBook Pro, revealed code string that contains super-speed-plus. The code indicated the input and output speed for 10Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2 particularly in the in the upcoming Mac hardware.
Further, 9to5Mac said, “USB 3.1 Gen 2 affords faster maximum theoretical speeds of 10Gbps – double that of Gen 1. It’s marketed as SuperSpeed+ USB on logos, and SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps in written form”.
So far, the most concrete evidence is the disclosure of MacOS code which hints that USB-C ports, which fully support Thunderbolt 3, will be included by Apple in the upcoming Mac. Also, there is a possibility that the upgrade can be applied on the high-end Mac desktops and laptops, in which laptops are surely awaiting the MacBook Pro 2016.
However, according to the Apple Insider, “support would likely come through Thunderbolt 3, which is not only cross-compatible with Gen 2 but offers native speeds up to 40 gigabits per second, and DisplayPort 1.2 connectivity.”
Users will find immense benefits such as adding of multiple 4K monitors, high-speed backing up of files to external drives, and the most need “quick charging” and the possibility of connecting an external graphics card to the laptop.
Similarly, as per rumors categorical rolling outs, the AMD’s monster Polaris 11 GPU will be included though it is likely no longer needed for would-be buyers of the MacBook Pro 2016 premium model. The upgrade rendered that the new MacBook Pros will also include it as gaming machines not just being a top-notch productivity.
Speculations are also strong that the device will have the Touch ID unlocking specs embedded in the power button, OLED touch bar which is a sort of replacement to physical function keys, also the smart feature Siri for Mac which the MacOS has integrated into it.
Rumore which much emphasised the MacBook Pro 2016 on release date is Intel Kaby Lake that according to analysts is the chief reason Apple delayed the product launch to October or November this year.