Jan 18, 2017 12:48 PM EST
Apple to Equip MacBook Pro 2017 with Bigger RAM; Most-Revamped Laptops Reportedly Set for Q4 2017 Release
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed several important updates that will most likely come with MacBook Pro 2017.
MacBook Pro 2017: 15-inch Laptop will have 32 GB of RAM
Starting March, Apple is said to manufacture MacBook Pro 2017 with bigger RAM on board for its 15-inch and 12-inch laptop lineups.
KGI Security analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed that the update will allow the 15-inch MacBook Pro 2017 to sport 32 GB RAM whilst the 12-inch model will get 16 GB RAM. Kuo details the 15-inch model further by saying that the laptop will be the most revamp variant of this year and will aim at high-end users, Apple Insider reported.
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To put into perspective, the current MacBook Pro has a restricted memory space and with the boost in the department, it will be more satisfying for users. Business Insider has learned that Apple might improve the laptop's battery life whereas the ouward appearance may not deviate far from the 2016's design.
According to Kuo, the 13-inch MacBook Pro 2017 will replace the 13-inch MacBook Air as Apple plans to increase the units' shipment for MacBook Pro without Touch Bar by slashing its price.
MacBook Pro 2017 to rock Intel Kaby Lake under the hood
Intel announced Kaby Lake processor at January's CES and the MacBook Pro 2017 is among many other upcoming flagship laptops expected to use the chip under the hood, according to PC Advisor.
This isn't occurred only for the 15-inch model but it will apply for the 12-inch MacBook Pro 2017 as well. The processor is said to boost the device's productivity and make the performance more efficient.
According to majority of reports, MacBook Pro 2017 will be released sometime in Q4 this year.