MacBook Pro 2017 Release Date, Specs, Features, News & Update: Detachable Screen, Improved Camera, Larger Memory Storage, Jet Black Variant, Cannon Lake!

Millions of fans are now excited for the upcoming release of MacBook Pro 2017. Since no official information about the said laptop has been released by Apple as of yet, rumors and speculations continue to surge.

Rumors have it that MacBook Pro 2017, as expected, is going to become a better version of the 2016 model. Sources claim that most features of its predecessor will be retained such as the Touchbar, Touch ID and USB-C ports.

Word on the internet is that MacBook Pro 2017 will have a detachable screen and a powerful 32 GB RAM, using the Cannon Lake CPU. Insiders have claimed that the 16 GB variant of MacBook Pro 2016 hinders its full potential and most experts recommended Apple to improve this part.

Other speculations suggest that MacBook Pro 2017 is going to have a jet black variant. Informants stated that Apple will be releasing a new color of the much-awaited laptop, following the launching of the new iPhone 7 jet black variant.

In terms of its design, MacBook Pro 2017 is rumored to become sleeker and more portable. Moreover, the upcoming Apple computer is said to have a much-improved camera and it could possibly have an Apple Pen compatibility.

Though these speculations could possibly be true, Apple is yet to confirm these information. So, fans who are waiting for thr MacBook Pro 2017 should take everything with a grain of salt until it has been proven true and correct.

What are the things you expect in MacBook Pro 2017? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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