The report other than to reiterate that the new MacBook Pro possess a touch bar OLED, also makes clear that the new Apple laptop will offer support for Touch ID, but despite this new news, the report did not contain any further detail.
Incorporate a power button Touch ID technology clearly would make sense, allowing the ignition and authentication is done in one touch, as currently happens with the start button in the current iPhone. Resources arranged in Sierra macOS also suggest that the Touch ID will be implemented in the coming future Macs.
The previous report suggests that new MacBook Pro will be released sometime in the fourth quarter of this year, apart from suggesting that the MacBook Air would be presented as a machine entry level, together with a new MacBook 13 inch as intermediate and the following two models of MacBook Pro will be showcased as the high end.
It is expected that the new MacBook Pro includes USB ports type C with integrated support Thunderbolt 3.
If this report is some truth, surely the new MacBook Pro will possess interesting hardware features that encourage users to have a MacBook to start thinking about the possibility of updating your device.