A man looks at his Apple iPad in front an Apple logo outside an Apple store in downtown Shanghai
A man looks at his Apple iPad in front an Apple logo outside an Apple store in downtown Shanghai, March 16, 2012. Reuters/Aly Song

Undoubtedly, the Apple MacBook Pro 2016 is one of the most awaited products from the company this year. Speculations have it that the physical function keys on the keyboard of the MacBook Pro 2016 will be replaced by an OLED display touch bar. Martin Hajek, a well-known graphics designer has created concept images of the MacBook Pro 2016.

Hajek’s concept model of MacBook Pro 2016 shows the notebook featuring the all new OLED display touch bar on the keyboard. The concept model shows a large-sized touchpad. Even though the Hajek’s design does not include Touch ID sensor, fresh information suggested that MacBook Pro 2016 is likely to feature it.

In the previous month, the Cupertino company was rumored to integrate Touch ID fingerprint sensor in the upcoming MacBook Pro 2016. According to 9 to 5 Mac that cites information from MacGeneration, the new resources found in macOS Sierra have revealed the potential features related to OLED touch bar and Touch ID sensor that would be available on the MacBook Pro 2016.

The “kHIDUsage_LED_DoNotDisturb” reference hints that touch bar will include a dedicated Do Not Disturb button along with an LED. The “kHIDUsage_LED_NightMode” resource that touch bar would also have an exclusive button to activate Dark Mode.

There are several other references such as "DoubleTapTimeoutKey," "TapTrackingEnabledKey," and "TripleTapTimeoutKey,” that indicates that the macOS Sierra will carry support for various kinds of biometric input device taps. This indicates that Apple may introduce Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the next generation MacBook Pro. Some of the other rumored features of MacBook Pro 2016 include Intel Skylake processor, USB 3.1, slimmer chassis and more.