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MacBook Pro 2017 news: impromptu release may affect Apple sales

Redesigned MacBook Pro is anticipated for WWDC 2017, an upgrade that could come with dire consequences
The Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2017, an event usually made for new software, happens on June 5. However, the annual event will reportedly come with some guests which could be the upgraded version of Apple’s MacBook Pro. Looking back to October 2016, the redesigned MacBook Pro left a lot to be desired. The refreshed laptop came with a questionable Intel Skylake Chipset, not to mention a 16 GB RAM limit which gained heavy criticism from power users. Apple did try to explain the reason behind it, using the power conserving angle which many scoffed. But for those who closely followed the release of the chipset, the questionable supply of the Intel Kaby Lake processor at that time was pretty much to blame. MacBook Pro 2016: better off delayed? As most know, Apple’s rival Microsoft held off until the first quarter of 2017 to come out with their new Surface line. It came with Intel Kaby Lake onboard, leading many to question if Apple rushed things. Looking at the schedule the...