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Much anticipated 16-inch Macbook Pro likely to launch tomorrow
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Much anticipated 16-inch Macbook Pro likely to launch tomorrow

Rishabh Pachory

In what seems to be a rather surprising move, it is highly likely that Apple could launch the hotly anticipated 16-inch Macbook Pro as soon as tomorrow. Didn't see that one coming, did you? Though this is largely speculation backed by a few findings, Apple could showcase the new Macbook Pro to the press anytime tomorrow.

Much anticipated 16-inch Macbook Pro likely to launch tomorrow

The report comes to us from Bloomberg, who earlier reported that Apple was holding private meetings regarding the same 16-inch laptop that they plan to launch tomorrow. It reiterates much of what we already know about the upcoming Macbook and only gives us when we can see it live, in the flesh.

As for the speculated specifications of the laptop itself, those have been floating around the internet for quite a while now. The laptop is expected to have a brighter screen, a reinforced keyboard (we all know the butterfly keyboard fiasco) and a few more details. Information about the internal specifications is scarce as of now, but we expect it to run the latest 10th generation Intel processors.

Most of the hardware on this laptop will be new, but will retain the classic and muted look of the earlier Macbook itself. Several images suggest that the touch ID on the laptop will be separated from the touch bar. Other images also show is slightly smaller bezels at the top and sides of the display. As for the physical size of the laptop, it won't be much bigger than a 15-inch Macbook Pro.

With the technology on board, paired with the new hardware, it can be easily assumed that the laptop is geared towards content creators and professionals on the move.

The ideology behind the laptop comes as the first major change to the Macbook Pro lineup after the addition of the touch bar three years ago. The new laptop will replace all 15-inch Macbook models that are currently sold in the market.