The two MacBook Pros 13′ and 15′ will be thinner and lighter, and are rumoured to feature Touch ID and an OLED touchscreen bar on the keyboard to replace the top row of keys. Apple is reportedly working on a way to unlock a Mac using Touch ID on an iPhone, but putting a sensor right on the MacBook Pro would be a much more seamless experience. That’s not all. Apple is also working on a 13in MacBook to complement its super-thin 12in Retina model. No word yet on what pricing would look like for the refreshed laptop lineup, and it’s unclear if the MacBook Air will see any big changes .