What to expect at Apple’s big launch

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With less than ninety days to go for the next Apple event to be held, fans are on the lookout for any updates or rumours that may exist about the new line up of Apple products.

Firstly, it’s the iPhone 7 that is set to release at the event, with speculations suggesting that the new line of MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptops will also be released at the same time.

Speaking of MacBooks, the new line was expected to be launched at the WWDC 2016 event, but that did not happen. Instead, latest reports suggest, and Apple has confirmed that newer models of the laptop will be launched by the end of the year.

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Apple has stuck to its plan of vertical integration plans to ditch several ports, including the 3.5mm audio jack, in the new models. The 2016 versions are said to carry a USB-C port, with Thunderbolt 3.

Apple has upped its game and plans to ditch the function keys and replace them with an OLED touchscreen bar. Speculations suggest that the newer models will feature a faster processor, and a better ram.

The laptops are also said to carry the latest GPU technology from AMD called Radeon RX400, which is expected to improve the laptop’s graphics in a big way. Couple that with a 5K display, and the new line of MacBooks will be better than ever.

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After the launch of iPhone 7, the launch of the new MacBook line up will be a big rollout for the Cupertino based company. It seems like Apple is going to have a busy year ahead.

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