Apple Macbook Pro 2016 models Design by Martin Hajek

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    Apple Macbook Pro 2016 models are coming soon and the famous 3D Design Renderer is back again with his best macbook pro 2016 models concept designs in a beautiful rendering. As the rumors from trusted sources claim that the next generation apple macbook pro 2016 models will replace macbook air line up by becoming thinner and lighter, Martin Hajek rendered these images matching the rumors very closely.

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    His 12 inch macbook design concepts and iPhone 6 Design and Renderings were so close and let’s hope we see similar macbook pro 2016 models this year too. It looks stunning and the 15 inch model macbook pro shown in his renderings didn’t loose the design factors in the display and in the keyboard area. Speaker position is same and the layout looks pretty much same as current macbook pro models.

    It’s good and i too don’t think that apple needs to make any changes in these areas. But thinner, lighter and cutting the heat is what much necessary. I am waiting for macbook pro 2016 models to upgrade this year, and i hope apple will surprise me :).

    Alright, what do you think about the all new macbook pro 2016 models, release date and rumors? What other changes externally and internally you think apple will bring this June during WWDC 2016 event? Feel free to write your views in the comment box below. Thanks for reading and have a wonderful day.

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