MacBook Pro 2017: Early Rumors

Apple has just refreshed its MacBook Pro line a few months ago and the devices got mixed reactions from the crowd. Some people were amazed by the laptop's new features while others don't think that the price is fair enough for a laptop whose only touchable part is a bar and not an entire screen. Needless to say, there's no perfection in any gadget especially when the criticism comes from hundreds or thousands of people. If you're one of the people who love MacOS or if you're one of those looking to give Apple's laptop a chance, know that the MacBook Pro 2017 devices might be coming soon.

MacBook Pro 2017 Edition Hinted By MacOS Sierra

As per Mac Rumors, new generation MacBook Pro models have been hinted through the latest MacOS 10.12.4 beta. It was said that the next generation of the MacBook Pro will highly likely use Intel Kaby Lake processors. Reports regarding the Kaby Lake running MacBook Pro have circulated since the beginning of 2017. However, as per a Tech Radar report, the production may not start until the third quarter of this year.

MacBook Pro 2017, What's Known So Far

Right now, not a lot of things have been revealed about the supposed MacBook Pro 2017 refresh. However, popular and reliable analyst Ming Chi-Kuo have predicted that Apple will refresh its MacBook Pro line later this year and bring in Kaby Lake processors and a new model with 32 GB RAM. However, the new 32 GB RAM model of the MacBook Pro 2017 may get a release date that's a bit delayed from its other Kaby Lake-running siblings.

The analyst didn't actually point out outright that the 32 GB RAM was for a MacBook Pro laptop. Nevertheless, rumors and predictions suggest that it will be. With that said, it will be interesting to see what else Apple has in store for the MacBook Pro 2017. Hopefully, the laptop line will get more positive responses this time. A more affordable price will also be a good addition although it's fairly unlikely to happen.

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