2016 Macbook Pro update urgency over falling sales

By Peter Chubb - Jul 12, 2016

Things are not looking too great for Apple, as they seem to be coming out one of the worst hit over falling computer sales. When comparing the likes of ASUS and Apple, amongst others the MacBook Pro is not faring too well because of a key factor, and it’s not mainly about its price either.

2016 Macbook Pro update urgency – Many Mac users do not worry too much about the price of this device, but only if it has some groundbreaking technology, and not starting to show signs of its age. Going back a couple of years Apple products were immune to declining sales because they were really strong, but this is no longer the case, as the likes of the MacBook Pro costs around $1,600 and you still only get a 480p front camera, which is just a joke for such a device that profess to be at the forefront of technology and design.

MacBook Pro upgrade release

It’s no secret that Apple has a huge stack of money, yet they have started to no longer lead certain categories, and many believe that the MacBook Pro is proof of that, and rumors of the iPhone 7 not being a major update another – although we could be a bit presumptuous there.

Apple really needs to deliver with their 2016 MacBook Pro upgrade, and from what we have been hearing, they very much could do.

We really do need to see the next MacBook Pro improve in terms of its performance, and it would also be nice for a 2TB SSD option seeing as though many people use this for editing photos, videos and also music. We know there are alternative options, but having that amount of storage built-in is always far better.

How would you change the MacBook Pro?

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