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Apple MacBook 2017 Release: Apple To Refresh MacBook Pro Lineup At WWDC 2017

Jun 01, 2017 07:24 AM EDT

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Apple is expected to update its MacBook lineup at its WWDC event early this month. Currently, there are some strong indications, this time coming from company's own official site, which hints that it would be clever to wait before buying next MacBook. According to Apple's online store, the delivery times of 15-inch MacBook Pro 2017 have now been delayed from June 5 to June 6, which is a day after the company's WWDC keynote.

First discovered by a French website Consomac, the five new Macs, identified with just their codes as A1289, A1347, A1418, A1419, and A1481, are expected to be Apple's new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro 2017 along with the new 12-inch MacBook and an upgraded MacBook Air. Moreover, to the information on Macs, the regulatory filing also details spare parts for the premium range of laptops. These include what could possibly be a wireless keyboard and four numbers classified under iOS 10 (A1671, A1709, A1670, and A1701), hinting it might be the long-rumored new iPad Pro 2 model.

The computers which are about to be added to Apple's vintage and obsolete products document, according to 9to5Mac, hinting that company has discontinued hardware support for both MacBooks in all regions except for California and Turkey. Also set to be included in the obsolescence list is the Mid-2009 17-inch MacBook Pro that is the last 17-inch computer Apple has made.

Moreover, new Apple MacBook 2017 at WWDC 2017 is also said to witness announcements around the iOS 11, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. While there are slight details available around other software, for the iOS 11, Apple is likely to add support for an enhanced Siri that will be smarter in its responses thanks to the use of artificial intelligence.

Ahead of Apple's launch of MacBook Pro 2017, the company has upgraded their speakers with support for making voice calls, while Amazon's gained a touchscreen. Apple's upcoming Siri-based speaker will not include such a screen.

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