Apple's MacBook has yet again to release a new 12-inch MacBook this 2017. This time, Intel's next generation Kaby Lake Chips will be adopted.
Updated MacBooks set to unveil this 2017, are said to be about minor processing improvements and other minor internal upgrades with no external changes. The 12-inch MacBook will probably adopt Intel's next-generation low-power Kaby Lake Chips.
This adoption includes improvement on graphic capabilities, increase by 12 percent in its productivity performance and 19 percent faster on web performance, reported MacRumors.
According to MacWorld UK, Apple did launch the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, since the Cupertino-based giant company, did not update the MacBook or the MacBook line during the company's event in October 2016. However, Apple was being discreet when they introduced the new MacBook way back April 2016.
Meanwhile, KGI Securities Analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo said that the next-generation in MacBooks could have a 16 GB of RAM as a preparation for a higher upgrade, since the previous MacBook has only 8GB of RAM, though.
Production of the 12-inch 2017 MacBook may, however, starts early in the second quarter of 2017, hence, fans will have a greater chance to enjoy the 12-inch MacBook sometime in June or July the same year.
While Apple has not yet officially confirmed the exact release date of the 12-inch MacBook, speculations on its prices started brewing that it would still be around £1249. However, since MacBook Air might be discontinued in the future, then Apple would give room for reducing their prices for MacBooks in 2017.
Moreover, future Apple Notebooks would somehow adopt OLED display that will improve MacBook's screen resolution and MacBook will also have a longer energy efficiency battery life. But then with Apple's exploring innovation in their products, it is yet unclear when might be the official released of their OLED display MacBook.© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.