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The 2016 MacBook Pro replaces standard function keys with the new Touch Bar. Apple.Com/Mac

Fresh reports on the Apple MacBook Pro 2017 indicate that the Cupertino-based tech giant is incorporating 32GB worth of RAM and Kaby Lake processors in the new versions. The Apple MacBook Pro 2016 was criticised because of its less-than-expected RAM capacity, especially by hardcore professionals requiring a lot of memory to process heavy loads at a time. It has also been reported that users not requiring 32GB RAM power may for a 12-inch version that will reportedly have 16GB of RAM.

According to Neurogadget, another significant upgrade to the MacBook Pro 2016 would be the Intel Kaby Lake chipsets. The two upgrades are very closely tied. The upcoming MacBook Pro models will reportedly have displays ranging from 12 inches to 15 inches. The high-end 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro 2017 could be released in the second half of 2017. On the design front, not much change is expected, as the current devices are the thinnest MacBooks ever created. The new Touch bar will allow swift control and will have access to some key utilities.

According to Forbes, the latest MacBook Pro 2017 leaks have come from noted KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Apple has always wowed fans through cutting-edge technology and not shifting to the Kaby Lake processor may severely damage this reputation, Kuo noted. He has also stated that the 12-inch MacBook Pro 2017 model will go into production in the first half of Q2 2017 and it will ship with Kaby Lake chipset and 16GB RAM. The 13-inch and 15-inch variants are expected to go into production in quarter three.

Another new 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro 2017 macOS laptop will go into production in the fourth quarter of this year. It will have the 32GB desktop-class RAM. If Kuo’s predictions are true, it will surely be a tech marvel when released. Stay tuned on IBT AU for more updates on Apple MacBook Pro 2017.