Several models of MacBook and MacBook Pro are no longer available in the Apple Store Online. They appear as available for delivery from next June 4, just the date on which the inaugural keynote of the WWDC is celebrated. Renovation in sight?
According to AppleInsider, several models of MacBook with Intel Core i7 processor and models of MacBook Pro with processor i5 are delaying their shipment. It is quite unlikely that Apple has run out of stock blow, so everything seems to indicate that the WWDC has something to do with all this. We could see a hardware update during the keynote. Apple usually ends stock before a new device is introduced or sometimes simply delays the shipment so that users receive the new model directly.
Minor update of MacBook and MacBook Pro
Most likely, Apple is preparing an internal and minor upgrade of the laptops it has for sale. It has been rumored in recent months that the Intel Lake Coffee processor is likely to debut on the MacBook Pro. Despite this, Intel Cannon Lake processors are not expected at the moment, and these would allow Apple to put 32 GB LPDDR4 RAM units.
Regardless of what they present in laptops in this WWDC 2018, it is expected especially an update of the operating systems of the company. The WWDC is a conference for developers and as such, is focused on software and development tools.
Remember that the inaugural keynote is June 4 at 7:00 p.m., 10:00 am in California. You can follow the keynote live with us through our events page as well as on our Twitter. Apple has also announced live streaming.
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