The Apple annual developer conference, WWDC 2016, may still be about a month or two away from us, but speculations have already started on what actually can we expect from Apple during WWDC. Apart from the regular rumors about the next iPhone and iPad models along with the showcasing of the latest iOS and Mac operating systems, this year we are also expecting Apple to upgrade their existing Macbook Air and Macbook Pro lineup.
As we all know, Apple likes to slim down their devices as much as possible, and with the upcoming Apple Macbook Air and Pro, we may be getting a slimmer design for sure along with some upgraded internals.
Under the hood, the processor and RAM is expect to undergo a major upgrade where we might see Apple moving from the Intel Broadwell to Skylake micro architecture in terms of processor. And the RAM unit placed in the future Apple Macbook models including the Macbook Pro 2016 and Macbook Air 2016 may be Samsung’s latest 10nm 8 DDR4 RAM.
The smaller architecture for the RAM means increased speed and efficiency when compared to the older generation 20nm architecture. Samsung already claims that the new 10nm architecture will have a data read/write speed up to 3200 MBPS, which is insanely fast. As we have not yet seen Samsung’s RAM units based on 10nm architecture been placed on any device, these claims are yet to be proven and if everything goes per plan, the future Apple Macbook Air 2016 and Macbook Pro 2016 will be among the first laptops to feature Samsung’s latest RAM technology.
As we have been seeing the partnership between Samsung and Apple in terms of processor and RAM, we can be pretty sure that the Macbook Pro and Macbook Air expected to feature a slimmer design along with a Intel Skylark based processor and Samsung’s latest 8 GB DDR4 RAM based on the latest 10 nm architecture along with the latest upcoming Mac OS X 10.12 operating system and an upgraded software experience won’t fail to amuse us when finally both the Apple Macbook Pro and Apple Macbook Air will get announced within just a couple of months. We suggest our users to sell laptop and purchase the new macbook which is yet to arrive this june.
Now, all we have to do is wait until the WWDC 2016 event scheduled to happen in June where they will surely showcase the next generation of Apple Macbook Pro and Macbook Air laptops in their 13 and 15 inch variants with the latest OS X 10.12 operating system as well.