Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2017, which will take place June 5-9, might be bring us new products from Apple and the latest rumors suggest that the Cupertino company might refresh its MacBook Pro laptops.
We already know that Apple might unveil the new 10,5-inch iPad Pro, but it seems it won’t be the only device to be presented at WWDC 2017, as a Bloomberg report notes that the MacBook Pro might get an upgrade.
It seems rather unlikely to see new MacBook so early, since Apple unveiled the current generation in October. the sources suggest that its not going to be a complete new generation. The updated MacBook Pro will share the looks of its predecessor from 2016, but differ in “internal architecture”. The new model will get Intel Kaby Lake CPUs.
A new processor should also be on offer for the 12-inch MacBook. Surprisingly, Apple is said to be considering a CPU update for the aging MacBook Air, its cheapest laptop which was last refreshed in 2015.
Well, WWDC is getting closer, so we’ll find out pretty soon what surprises Apple has in store for us.