Apple gearing up to launch new MacBook and iMac on October 27

By October 19th, 2016 AT 6:45 PM

After unveiling its two most smartphones this year, Apple is now working on bringing other products onboard. The Cupertino giant will be holding an event for the launch of new products – MacBook and Mac Desktop (iMac).

New MacBook

As per a report by Recode, Apple is all set to hold a massive event on October 27 to unleash the new products. On October 25, the company will also announce its quarterly financial results.

The company will only be unveiling new MacBook and Mac Desktop. We can easily call it a Mac event. It will be a highly awaited event as Apple has not launched a new Mac product since 2015. Even though iPhone makes a significant chunk of profit for Apple, but MacBook lineup managed to stay popular despite no new addition to its catalog.

We can expect a lot of new additions regarding hardware on the new MacBook. Apple will be upping the game by bringing a beefed up version of Mac. The new MacBook could be thinner and lighter with a new trackpad. Other than standard function keys, there will also be a secondary display to accommodate nifty features. Along with MacBook, a new professional iMac will also make an entry. MacBook Air will also make a debut, starting at $900.

Last month, Apple unveiled Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus; Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch and Apple iPad Pro 12.8-inch.

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