If you’re looking forward to new MacBook upgrades, it seems that you might not have to wait much longer. According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple is rumored to introduce new MacBook and MacBook Pro upgrades at WWDC 2017 which kicks off next month. This is interesting as for a while now, WWDC has stopped focusing on hardware launches.

However the report claims that the MacBook Pro will be upgraded with a faster Kaby Lake processor from Intel, while the MacBook is also said to get a faster Intel chip but it was not mentioned as to what it might be.

The 13-inch MacBook Air is also said to be under consideration for an upgrade but it was not confirmed. Unsurprisingly Apple declined to comment on the report. That being said we should note that this report is in line with an earlier report that suggested that we could expect an upgrade to the MacBook Pro in 2017 that could potentially be cheaper.

However the report claimed that the new laptops would use Intel’s Canonlake CPU and offer up to 32GB of RAM. It is possible that the upgrades introduced at WWDC would merely be a slight refresh, and that maybe a bigger upgrade could come in the later part of the year. Either way take it with a grain of salt and check back with us in the coming weeks for the details.

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