The MacBook Pro Updates Will Result To Remorse

A new MacBook line-up will be unveiled at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference of WWDC. This is what some of the strongest rumors related to Apple are saying lately. If this proves true then those who already bought the 2016 MacBook or 2016 MacBook Pro may experience some buyer's remorse.

Apple just released their new MacBooks in November last year. The latest line-up was highlighted by the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, a new feature considered by some critics as a mere gimmick. The current MacBook Pro had its share of critics. In fact, it may be safe to say that Apple's last flagship laptop is arguably the most controversial one that it has released in its history. Despite its issues, Apple claims that demand for the 2016 MacBook Pro was strong.

Perhaps those who bought the 2016 MacBook Pro will not be too happy to hear that Apple is releasing updated MacBooks in a few days. Forbes reported that the new Apple laptops will come with the updated Intel processor specifically the seventh generation Kaby Lake CPU.

As MacRumors reported, Apple recently announced that the 2017 WWDC will be live streamed. The event will be available on the Apple website as well as through Apple TV. Thos without a developer account can still watch the event as Apple announced through a new events page on its official website. Many are expecting the tech giant to unveil the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the Siri smart speaker or whatever it will be called. Also, a given at the conference is the launch of Apple's new versions of its operating systems particularly the iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS.

The WWDC will be held on June 5 giving fans and pundits a little over a week of waiting to find out if there will be a new MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air in the offing. This also may mean that MacBook owners have a little over a week before they give in to buyer's remorse and be angered by Apple's douche move.

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