Did Apple just drop the subtlest hint about the MacBook Pro's future?


- As Kaby Lake processors are now widely available, it's not totally unrealistic to imagine Apple could be planning to refresh the 15-inch MacBook Pro at WWDC. Source have indicated that the next month's WWDC conference will host the unveiling of a 10.5-inch iPad Pro featuring a series of improvements which includes a new look with narrower bezels.

The fact that the MacBook line is set to be updated so soon is rather notable.

This is exactly what is happening right now with the MacBook Pro notebooks. Because of this, fans have deduced that it would not take long before Apple would release an updated model of the device.

Delivery dates for 15-inch MacBook Pros of current generation are similarly long in most other markets as well. The reason is being the rumor where Apple wants to fit a 10.5-inch screen into the chassis of the original Pro model with 9.7-inch display. Hence, the iPad Pro 2 will most likely be expensive as well, but it will be well worth it, as reported by Tech. We'll update with any changes discovered below.

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Expect a 2017 MacBook Pro with the same design, potentially a new color or two, and mostly under the hood updates. However, the future iPad Pro 2 won't have a headphone jack.

Meanwhile, as for their batteries, Microsoft promised that the new Surface Pro can stay up for about 13.5 hours while the MacBook Pro 13 has been proven to deliver its advertised 10-hour battery life. Considering that Apple's laptop lineup is expected to feature Intel's Kaby Lake processors and 16GB of RAM across the board, there is a good chance that the Air would receive a similar upgrade as well, according to a TechRadar report. We know you can use it for Emoji, for app functions, for quick replies and much more.

In addition to the Touch Bar, you also get a new Force Touch trackpad that is twice as big as the trackpad on the 2015 MacBook Pro.