MacBook Pro 2017 Redesigned: Apple Reportedly Uses Proprietary Chipset Not Intel Kaby Lake; Magic Keyboard Will Be Included [VIDEO]By Natalie Scott, UniversityHerald Reporter
Latest rumors about the 2017 iteration of MacBook Pro suggest that Apple's most portable machine will be powered by their proprietary chipset and not the Intel Kaby Lake processor. The inclusion of magic keyboard has also become the talk of the town. See full details here!
What Processor Will Apple Use for MacBook Pro 2017
The delayed in production for the upcoming MacBook Pro 2017 model is reportedly due to some redesigns and specs revamp made to the device. Rumors even suggest that Apple has do away with Intel and will start utilizing their proprietary chipset that is about to be manufactured.
However, although it's highly possible for Apple to consider that move, the reliable KGI Security Analyst Ming-Chi Kou have already made predictions about the specs of MacBook Pro 2017. According to Mashable, Kou said that Apple will launch new variants of the portable machine this year with Intel Kaby Lake in its heart.
In addition, Apple is also expected to launch new size variants for MacBook Pro 2017: 13-inch and 15-inch where the bigger one will be equip with 32GB of RAM as a new option. And since the 12-inch version of the device has maxed out its 8GB of RAM, Apple is expected to launch a 16GB of RAM.
And though Kou did not mentioned about the inclusion of the magic keyboard which was the talked of the town last year, it is not impossible for Apple to do so since the Cupertino giant aims to deliver new technology as well as innovation. On the other hand, Kou has predicted about the price cut of MacBook Pro with Touch Bar this year.
When Will the New MacBook Coming Out
Since the last MacBook Pro was launched in October 2016, MacBook Pro 2017 is also expected to be introduced to the public on the same month this year. In fact, according to The Indian Express, Apple is presumed to start the production of the new 13-inch and 15-inch variant in the third quarter of 2017.