After a long silence regarding MacBook Pro changes, Apple seems to be ready to speak up. Towards the end of the year, the company might rethink the design, with the addition of an OLED screen, and offer Touch ID features #hardwaremagic
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities and 9to5Mac says that MacBook Pro will finally become lighter and thinner thanks to a change concerning all of its ports. He believes the new version will sport only Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports and even replace physical functional keys with an OLED touch bar, placed above the keyboard. The third important addition to the Mac will be the Touch ID feature, that’s bound to replace the old log in mode.
Besides these significant changes, Apple will work at its power and speed too, choosing better Intel Core i5/i7 processors and a discrete graphics card.
What’s more to know? The MacBook Pro will come in two versions, says Kuo, a 13-inch and 15-inch. He also believes their 12-inch MacBook will get a twin, of 13 inches, at the end of fall.