Apple reportedly to release a 15-inch Macbook Pro with 32GB RAM this year

By : |January 17, 2017 0

KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is back with some Apple-related predictions. According to a new report from AppleInsider, Apple could launch a 15-inch MacBook Pro with 32GB of RAM towards the end of 2017.

The news comes three months after Kuo had said that Apple would make 32GB RAM an option on the MacBook Pro in 2017, but there was no word on whether or not it would be available on the smaller model.

The new RAM version should be good news for many developers and video and imaging professionals who have been alleging that the company was compromising on specs at the cost of looks and style.

When Apple refreshed the MacBook Pro in October, many Mac power users expressed disappointment about the latest devices running MacOS Sierra and also about the lack of updates to Mac desktop computers. That the new MacBook Pro cannot be configured to ship with up to 32GB of RAM had been one recurring complaint since then. Another was the lack of Kaby Lake processors in a season when HP and other PC makers were offering Kaby Lake options.

With 32-GB under the hood, the MacBook Pro could receive a serious raise on its processing power. The report also hinted at the platform-wide adoption of Intel’s latest Kaby Lake architecture, and possibly some heavy discounts on the 13-inch Macbook Pro without the touch bar, as Apple looks to boost shipments that have dropped of late.

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