MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 2016 rumored for an October launch

Intel CEO Paul Otellini kicked off the 2011 Intel Developer Forum that runs through Thursday, September 15. We were expecting for new MacBook Pro models lately on 21st March during the Apple's spring event, but they didn't even take a glance at Mac's at all and this happened again at the "WWDC" on 13 June 2016.

The new models are expected to include a thinner MacBook Pro and a new range of iMacs that will feature a new changeable graphics chips, while the MacBook Air will come with USB-C ports, reported Bloomberg.

According to some news online, the Acer Swift 7 literally smashes the Macbook Air in terms of physical characteristics and some few internal specs. Acer Swift 7 whoops past ahead of MacBook Air when it comes to thinness, weight, and screen resolution having 9.98 mm, 2.4 pounds and 1,920 x 1,080 pixels respectively. Could it be true that Acer Swift 7 steal the crown for having the most legendary hardware design that once belong to the MacBook Pro of Cupertino-based tech giant Apple? For the memory, a storage and keyboard both have the same specs such as 8GB of RAM, 256 GB and full-size keyboard.

The MacBook Pro is also reported to include a "Dynamic Function Row", a new type of digital function key display, which will enable users to quickly complete basic tasks, similar to the Control Centre function in IOS.

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The Acer Swift 7 laptop has a Windows 10 operating system and is expected to come out this October 2016.

While the announcement for the devices will come in October, people who want to buy the devices can expect the products to hit shelves just in time for the holidays. Swift 7 can be purchased for not less than $1000 a little bit pricey compared to MacBook Air with the price of $999.

Rumors about Microsoft Surface Pro 5 release date, specs and prices are not going to end until the software giant reveals any information about the highly anticipated tablet. This September, Apple is expected to announce their latest devices wherein, the Air has not made any indication of its appearance.

  • Arturo Norris