The source code of the macOS Sierra indicates the presence of ports USB 3.1 Gen 2 to new Mac computers
In July of this year, Apple suggested that those wishing to download the beta version of the operating system macOS Sierra, and then enthusiasts have started digging into its source code, trying to obtain information about new hardware solutions, the company from Cupertino.
9to5Mac has discovered code in macOS Sierra a few lines with phrases Plus Super Speed and Up to 10Gb/sec, which clearly indicate the USB 3.1 Gen 2. On the market of Mac computers and OS X Yosemite support USB 3.1 first generation with a maximum data transfer rate up to 5 Gbps. it is Obvious that Apple is planning to add USB 3.1 Gen 2 in my new Mac.
Fresh Macs always had the support of the latest specifications of USB and Thunderbolt, so a similar move this year no surprise. As previously reported, the new MacBook Pro must be the USB-C port and Thunderbolt 3, as well as additional touch screen OLED display and fingerprint scanner.
Accurate information about the date of the announcement of the new Apple computers no, presumably corresponding to the press-conference will be held in October-November 2016.