The MacBook Pro 2016 might be launched soon if all the rumors are to be believed. However, there's no news coming from Apple on whether the speculation about the October release date is true.
A report from MacRumors claimed that the basis for this new round of rumors was an email correspondence from CEO Tim Cook to a fan who asked about any plans for the MacBook line.
Apparently, the executive said that he "loves the Mac" and that the company is very committed to that brand. He supposedly told the Apple user to "stay tuned" for more developments.
While the rumors have spread about the impending release date for the MacBook Pro 2016, the letter itself could not be confirmed by the website.
PCMag said that Apple typically doesn't reveal its plans on future products, so it's not likely that the company will reveal to this anonymous user about the MacBook Pro 2016. However, it doesn't mean that the company will not deviate off its usual practice and CEO Tim Cook actually wrote the letter.
There are two variations of the MacBook Pro that are available in the market today. There's the 13-inch model and 15-inch model. The new MacBook Pro 2016 was supposed to have a release date during the spring event on March 21, but it didn't happen. The cheapest MacBook Pro costs about $1,300 while the most expensive is the 2.5GHz is the $2,600 variant.
Watch out for more news and rumors of the MacBook Pro 2016, which will be published here when they come along.