Apple's 'MacBook Pro 2017' Will Come Sooner Than You Think; Specs, Release Date And More Unveiled

The MacBook Pro one of the most highly-anticipated gadgets from Apple this year, right after the release of the iPhone 7 just last month. The MBP 2016 is rumored for a release either later this month or in early 2017. The MacBook Pro's up and coming model is definitely the most highly-awaited Apple device to hit the market. Rumors were made regarding the release date and the featured specs but have Apple fans were clinging desperately on these rumors, Apple still has yet to issue any official statement regarding the device's current state.

(Unofficial) release date

But just recently, fresh rumors have been spreading regarding an upcoming event in the month of October, which is pointing out as being the official release of MacBook Pro 2016. Even though it's already midway through the month, Apple enthusiasts are still in high hopes that this device would finally be revealed at the rumored October event, which is set on the 27th.

The rumors and on!

Renown Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo have given hints on the launching of a 13 &15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, which would both be serving as alternative replacements towards the MacBook Air. It is also stated that the MacBook Pro device slated for 2017 will be named the Retina MacBook Pro 2017.

Specifications

Both the 13 & 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro 2017s are rumored to have much thinner and lighter bodies with shallower curved edges, an expanded pressure-sensitive trackpad, and a flatter keyboard. Both variants are also going to have USB Type-C ports, especially the Intel Thunderbolt 3 into USB-C port.

Processors and Price

Apple is also rumored to be incorporating Kaby Lake chipsets on the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro 2017, which are said to be a part of tech devices in 2017 as recently reported. On the other hand, the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro 2017 is expected to be on sales in March 2017, priced at roughly $1035.

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