Now, it seems as if Apple is poised to correct numerous biggest complaints about the new MacBook Pro with new models expected to launch in 2017, according to a research note from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo published on Friday seen by Business Insider.
The 12-inch MacBook will also get a new RAM option, with 16GB available, as they're now limited to 8GB.
The claims, which come courtesy of reputed Apple tipster, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, suggest all Mac models will be updated in 2017. He further added that this laptop model will be "the most significantly redesigned product this year".
Industry analysts believe that Apple will announced an upgraded 15-inch Macbook Pro.
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Furthermore, the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros will start production in early Q3 with Kaby Lake processors. Earlier this year, Phil Schiller explained that Apple's decision to cap the MacBook Pro at 16GB of RAM was done in an effort to preserve battery life. Well, we have good news for Apple fans, recent reports have been showing that Apple is working on launching a 15 inch MacBook Pro during 2017 and it will ship with the whopping amount of 32GB of RAM.
If his word is true, then it looks like Apple is heeding the call of heavy photo and video users who have taken a dislike to the 16 GB hard cap that Apple placed on its latest MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models. Here's a quick review of what you can expect from the Cupertino-based tech giant's updated Macbook Pro.
He anticipates that Apple will reduce the price of the lower-end 13-inch MacBook Pro later in the year, making it a more direct replacement to the 13-inch MacBook Air. According to him, the 12-inch MacBook computer would be the first to benefit from this processor that was introduced at CES 2017.
We will keep our readers updated if there is more news regarding the MacBook Pro and MacBook.