MacBook Pro 2017 to be announced at WWDC in June?

The CPU's arrival on the next-gen MacBook will not be a novelty and simply bring the Apple laptop at par with competing Microsoft devices.

Consumers can choose among the 7th generation Intel Core m3, i5 and i7 when purchasing the new Surface Pro while Apple offers the 6th generation Intel Core i5 and i7 on its cuurrent MacBook Pro 13-inch device. Here are the details and update of the upcoming iPad Pro 2.

Most recently, back in November 2016, the iPhone-maker transitioned most of its mid-2009 line of MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, and the late-2009 Mac mini to obsolete status.

In other regions, it seems that 15-inch MacBook Pro delivery estimates have also hit a snag.

Apple is seemingly telling potential MacBook Pro buyers to adopt a wait and see attitude before splashing the cash; suggesting new models might be on the way next week.

If you are using 2011 MacBook Air and Late 2011 MacBook Pro, be warned: Apple is about to mark these two machines as obsolete, which means you will no longer be able to ask for a fix or support from the company for these computers. Keep in mind Apple's WWDC keynote is scheduled for 5 June. This will be occurring this coming June 5. An upgraded 2017 MacBook Pro with a better processor could help keep professionals interested in the Mac ecosystem longer.

The Cupertino company may have toned down production as they expect demand for the anticipated MacBook Pro 2017 to run like insane if it is introduced at the WWDC 2017. It's unclear if we will see a bump up to 32GB of RAM with this update.

One of the biggest reasons to buy the 2016 MacBook Pro is the new design.

Apple shaves half a pound of each of the models, shrinks the overall; size by 20 to 23% and makes them thinner without cutting battery life, performance or the screen size.

Finally, the A1843 model number appears to be used for a new wireless keyboard. And with the WWDC quickly approaching in June, who knows, maybe we'll even get a definitive answer.

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