Whenever a new Apple product is to be unveiled, we start getting a regular supply of rumors and leaks about the product and the new MacBook that is to be launched later this month is no different. A lot of rumors have surfaced regarding the MacBook including its launch date. However the most prominent and interesting rumor about the new MacBook is that it my feature a detachable keyboard and a touchscreen, making it the first hybrid laptop from Apple. How true are the rumors? Let’s talk about it.
Apple has not confirmed, not denied the rumor and this is what leaves the question hanging around. Another missing detail about the new MacBook is its launch detail. Apple has scheduled an event for later this month in March but an event is also speculated for June later his year. MacBook is also not the only device that we will be seeing at the events this year. Other devices that are expected to be seen include the 4-inch up gradation of the iPhone 5s the iPhone 5se, the smaller iPad Pro 9.7 inch and the Apple Watch 2.
Coming back to the MacBook, the laptop is sure to get some major upgrades if not the touch screen and the detachable keyboard. An upgraded Intel CPU and a new Skylake chipset are some of these. The Skylake chipset is expected to improve the MacBook’s graphic quality and the battery efficiency. Other features that we might get to see on the new MacBook include an OLED display with 4K resolution, a USB Type-C port with thunderbolt connection and OS X El Capitan operating system.
How true are these rumors? The rumors for this MacBook along with the other devices mentioned above have been doing the rounds for quite some time now. Apple products in the making are not the best kept secrets and most of the times, these rumors about them turn out to be true. So if you’re planning to sell MacBook to make pace for this new one, we suggest you wait for some time till things become concrete and Apple issues an official statement.
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