MacBook Pro News And Updates: Kaby Lake Processor Released On January, Did Apple Make A Bad Decision For Not Waiting?

By Carol Marches, Parent Herald December 01, 06:05 pm
Kaby Lkae processor out on January, did Apple make a good decision in not waiting for it for MacBook Pro?
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First stop, the MacBook Pros with 13 and 15 inches Retina will have a new design with the “thinnest and lightest” and most powerful line, to date. Currently, news of the first H-series quad-core processors will also be released, so, what’s in store for users?

The Consumer Electronics Show in January will release that Kaby Lake processor which was only announced last August. As of the moment, the processor is that it is intended for high-end gaming and ultrabook-class machines.

Nonetheless, the tests processors were first produced for testing for desktop computers. The chip was then announced a few months after the test of the chip last September.

For now, it’s known that the Kaby Lake will contain five classes of processors. The two classes are compatible with the Retina MacBook and will also be compatible with MacBook Air. The MacBook pro will also receive a new processor, while new desktop processors will also be released in a different class, as reported by Apple Insider.

For with this, MacBook Pro is expected to have an update on its processor in 2017. Though there are still no concrete details on this news, it can be recalled that the Pro didn’t wait for Intel’s 7th Generation Core as Apple had released the new Pro line last October.

For those who are unfamiliar with the processor, Kaby lake uses a 14-nanometer process by Intel. Its predecessors are the Skylake and the Broadwell. The processor supports a 1.2 DisplayPort, a 3.1 USB, and even a Thunderbotl 3, as reported by MacRumors.

Did Apple make a bad decision in not waiting for the Kaby Lake processor in the new MacBook Pros? Sound your comments below.

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