KGI analyst reveals some great things about the future of MacBooks.
MacBook and MacBook Pro would be a celebration this year. At least that is what the news spread by Ming Chi Kuo suggests. According to the famous KGI analyst, the new versions of the MacBook Retina will be produced during the second quarter of 2017 and they will offer 16GB of RAM.
The MacBook Pro, meanwhile, will present 32GB of RAM (for the 15 inches) but their production will not start before the third or the fourth quarter of 2017. The launch of these MacBook Pro would therefore not be until the second half of the year. These new models would be developed in order to meet the demands of certain users.
What's more, the analyst explains that all 2017 MacBook models would incorporate Kaby Lake processors. Moreover, remember that Intel had the latest version of this processor at CES and it does not take more than Ming Chi Kuo to claim that the first model to be entitled to this technology will be none other than the 12-inch MacBook .