Many sources talk about the possibility that we will see an internal renewal of Apple’s professional range of laptops. This hardware upgrade would mean faster processors while keeping the same prices as always. It is rumored that we will see this upgrade before Christmas.
It hasn’t been too long since Apple last revamped the professional laptop range. In the last update, MacBook Pro incorporated the new range of Intel i5 and i7 processors and later implemented them in the Air range as well. Now, after a few months, Cupertino might be thinking about giving it a little speed boost by including a new i5 and i7 processor range.
The speed improvement we talked about could be the following :
- Core i7 quad-core processors at 2.4GHz, 2.5GHz and 2.7GHz speeds would replace the current 2.0GHz, 2.2GHz and 2.3GHz offered in the 15 and 17-inch versions.
- The 2.8GHz Core i7 dual-core processor would upgrade to the current 2.7GHz in the MacBook Pro 13″.
- A 2.5GHz or 2.6GHz Core i5 processor could replace the current 2.3GHz Core i5 included in the 13-inch model.
As usual, the improvement of these features will not increase the current price , so, as they say on these occasions, if you’re waiting to buy a MacBook, wait a little longer. Although, some sources mention the fact that the upgrade will take place before the end of the year to take advantage of the Christmas shopping spree, it would not be unreasonable to think about a renewal for the end of this month and to take advantage of the start of the academic year and the need that many students have of buying a new computer , which could perfectly be this new version even more powerful than the previous one (which was already difficult, but we already know how this sector evolves).
Besides, a renewal now would make a lot of sense if we take into account the rumors we talked about last month, which said that Apple plans to completely renew what we understand by the professional range next year. In other words, a renovation both inside and outside would be more similar to what we were presented with last year with the MacBook Air . This renovation would involve a very slim design , of just millimetres, the elimination of the SuperDrive and the inclusion of SSD memory instead of hard disks, thus eliminating all trace of optical elements. There are still a few months left for this, but from here, from Applesupportphonenumber we will tell you everything.