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MacBook Pro 2017 Is Set To Gain An Updated Processor, Most Likely From Intel’s Kaby Lake Family [VIDEO]

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Notably, Apple Inc. has not officially announced anything yet about the release date, specs or price of the MacBook Pro 2017. But, the tech giant might announce the next-gen MacBook Pro model at its upcoming WWDC 2017 event. The MacBook Pro 2017 is likely to come with the new, faster, more powerful Intel Kaby Lake processor.

The MacBook Pro 2017 is expected to be available with the more powerful Intel Kaby Lake processor. Wherein, Intel's Kaby Lake processor features faster CPU clock speeds, clock speed changes, as well as higher Turbo frequencies. The processor also comes along with a new graphics architecture and a 4K video playback. These features will seriously boost the MacBook Pro 2017 performance, Mobi Picker reported.

Nonetheless, releasing MacBook Pro 2017 with Intel's Kaby Lake processor will keep the tech giant on the same terms as the competition. But, moving this early will also bring in some risk, Forbes reported.

Among other specs, Apple's next-gen MacBook Pro 2017 is expected to feature a 16GB of RAM, a thinner and sleeker design, an updated Apple Pencil stylus, an improved battery life and a Retina 2.0 display. However, the MacBook Pro 2017 might roll out without the Thunderbolt 3 ports.

Apple is said to launch two MacBook Pro 2017 models, a 13-inch and a 15-inch variants. Interestingly, the MacBook Pro 15-inch model is anticipated to come with a whopping 32GB of RAM. Most of the updates of the MacBook Pro 2017 will happen under the hood.

In related news, the Cupertino based tech titan is also expected to update the 13-inch MacBook Air as well as the MacBook 12-inch variant with Intel's newest chips. Apple is also expected to launch the new Siri speaker and the 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2 during the WWDC 2017 event. The iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch variant will sport a virtually bezel-less display, but will ditch the home button.

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