Possible for MacBook Pro to be updated tomorrow?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Aditya_S, Mar 20, 2016.

  1. Aditya_S macrumors 6502

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    Tomorrow is Apple's March event but so far there have only been rumors about the iPhone SE, iPad Pro 9.7, and the Apple Watch bands. Even if there aren't many rumors regarding new MBPs, is it possible for them to be updated with Skylake processors tomorrow?
     
  2. AFEPPL macrumors 68030

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    Who knows, I'm hoping this year the rMBP and rMP gets a good boost and they clean up the range by removing the old MBA totally allows for a reprice on the rMP to fill the gap..
     
  3. Aditya_S thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I'm also really hoping the rMBP gets a big performance increase with Skylake, DDR4 RAM, and that they remove the 128GB option.
     
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    It's possible that live as we know it will end tomorrow.
     
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    Since they are both still using Haswell, any performance increase by going to Skylake will be just as much a result of them skipping Broadwell. Much bigger performance "boost" by going from Haswell->Skylake then it would be going from Broadwell->Skylake.

    As a result, I predict some marketing fanfare about how much "faster" the new Retina Macbook Pro is when they finally do it. The difference will be "magical", and it will be the "fastest" Macbook Pro ... ever.
     
  10. JTToft macrumors 68040

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    It's possible. But not probable, I'd say, given the lack of information and rumours.

    - The current 13" from Early 2015 uses Broadwell. Only 15" is still on Haswell.
     
  11. BallparkDreamer macrumors regular

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    Hope so, but doubt it. More than likely they get announced at WWDC.
     

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