MacBook Pro 2017 With 15-Inch Display, 32GB RAM, Kaby Lake Processors Production to Start in July

MacBook Pro 2017 With 15-Inch Display, 32GB RAM, Kaby Lake Processors Production to Start in July PHOTOGRAPH: Kārlis Dambrāns/ Flickr |

The MacBook Pro 2017 is already the next product Apple fans want to know more about. There are a lot of laptops out in the market, but none compare to the marketing and brand loyalty of Apple MacBooks. The user friendliness of their products is one of the features that are sought after by many, which is one the main reasons consumers buy Apple products.

The Apple Company has come a long way since its humble beginnings. Thanks to their smartphones and their new line of laptops, the company has earned billions in the past decade. But they are not stopping and will keep on creating upgraded products year after year.

The MacBook Pro 2017 is one of the most anticipated releases, as it will reportedly come armed with new technology. According to MacRumors, the updated MacBooks will be fitted with Intel’s next-generation Kaby Lake processors. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo provided more information on the notebooks.

He said that the 12-inch version of the notebooks will reportedly enter mass production in the early second quarter in March. There may be two configurations of 8GB of RAM and 16GB of RAM. There might be a built-to-order configuration as well.

The 15-inch MacBook, on the other hand, may enter mass production at a much later date. September is the reported target date and may be one of the most significantly redesigned products of this year. There are rumors that it will have 32GB of RAM.

The other sizes, like the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro, with the Kaby Lake processors will be produced at a much later date. Kuo speculates it may happen around July 2017. Unfortunately, there are no details on how much RAM will be available.

MacBook Pro 2017 Memory Cap

According to Apple Insider, the RAM was given a memory cap of 16GB in order to maximize battery life. While the minimal allotment was a negative for creative, it was made to benefit the machine overall. SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller stated that higher amounts of memory would require a memory controller that is not suitable for portable machines.


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