I know many are waiting for Skylake update for rMBP for many reasons but the biggest I have heard is the increase of iGPU power and efficiency, DDR4, and wireless charging. My question is: what if Apple uses Skylake just for increasing iGPU, battery life, and Skylake just for the sake of a "new" CPU. I mean DDR4 is still pretty new and DDR3 is much cheaper than it used to be I don't see Apple immediately jumping on that, as for wireless charging... The MBP takes a bunch of power... is it realistic to think it can adopt wireless charging from the first mainstream CPU to support that? Let's say Apple does the following... Update to Skylake H Improved iGPU Better Battery Life 10-11 Hours. Better Wifi (Maybe a dGPU) ?????? Realistically what do you think Apple will do with Skylake, will they use it to it's FULL abilities, and will it be the end all update for CPUs, or will it just add some cool features that will make it a more efficient computer? What if Skylake/Apple update doesn't deliver all the updates and features people are hoping for? Or worse... we end up with situation similar to Broadwell? K.