In October 2016, the Cupertino-based tech giant Apple released the thinnest and lightest MacBook Pro yet. This laptop also debuted Apple’s first computer with the Touch Bar and Touch ID. It came with 6th Gen Quad-Core Processors with 2.3 times the graphics processors of the previous models, four Thunderbolt 3 ports, and a super-fast SSD.
The 2016-realeased 15-inch Pro has the Touch Bar with Touch ID and powered by a 2.6GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 chip with Turbo Boost that can bump up the speeds to 3.5GHZ. It also has 16GB RAM and 256GB of flash storage.
The 13-inch version comes with 2.0GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 chip and a Turbo Boost that can push that speed up to 3.1GHz. That processing power is backed by 8GB RAM and 256GB flash storage. The 13-inch version that comes with the TouchBar and Touch ID has a 2.9GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 Chip and a Turbo Boost that can bump it up to speeds of 3.3GHz. It has an 8GB RAM and 256GB worth of flash storage.
It would appear that in 2017, Apple is planning to go all out with all guns blazing. AppleInsider reports that in 2017, Apple is planning on releasing a desktop-class laptop with up to 32GB RAM. There will also be a 12-inch MacBook with 16GB RAM. The report stresses that in 2017, Apple’s efforts will mainly be concentrated on beefing p the internal specs of the MacBook Pro.
The report also says that in 2017, the new line of MacBook to be produced will be powered by the Kaby Lake architecture. The October 2016, MacBook Pro, fitted with Intel Skylake CPU that supports up to 16GB LPDDR3 RAM.
It is said that Apple will also produce a 15-inch MacBook Pro with 32GB RAM within the Q4 of 2017. Other than this high-end 15-inch model, Apple is also said will produce two other MacBook Pros. A 13- and 15-inch version within the Q3 of 2017.