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MacBook Pro 2017 Latest Update: Apple To Unveil MacBook Pro 2017 Release Date At The WWDC 2017 Next Week [VIDEO]


Tech fans who are looking for the perfect professional-grade laptop might wait a bit more before making their purchase. Apple Inc. could reveal the release date of the highly anticipated MacBook Pro 2017 very soon.

Prospective laptop buyers should have to wait just for a few more days. Recently surfaced reports are claiming that Apple could announce the MacBook Pro 2017 release date at the upcoming WWDC 2017 event. The conference will transpire next week in San Jose, California, Tech Radar reported.

The Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is Apple's annual event started way back in 1990. The tech giant used the event to showcase its latest technological products, such as the newest models for its numerous gadget lines as well as the latest software. The WWDC 2017 event will fire up on June 5 to June 9, and according to numerous reports, this year's event would be used to launch the MacBook Pro 2017 model.

Several reports suggest that the new models of Apple's MacBook Pro would feature top of the line chipsets. Wherein, the 13-inch MacBook Pro 2017 model will be available with Kaby Lake Integrated GPU, while the 15-inch MacBook Pro will come with Radeon Pro GPU, Learn Bonds reported.

The MacBook Pro 2017 models are expected to boast an 8GB and 16GB of RAM options. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that the tech giant will also add a 32GB of RAM option for power users. The storage options of the MacBook Pro 2017 models could include 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, as well as a 1TB SDD options.

Aside from the MacBook Pro 2017 variants, the tech titan is also expected to unveil a host of new products. For instance, reports are claiming that Apple may use the WWDC 2017 event to showcase its new iPad Pro 2. The new iPad Pro 2 is anticipated to come along with a higher-resolution display

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