The event will be called "Back to the Mac...again" and Tim Cook, clad in Forstall Leather, will be carried on his throne by Schiller, Wozniak and Ballmer, with a biocell of a foetal Jonny Ive wheeled behind him, powering Cook through a direct feed from his neural circuitry. Jester Federighi will give us a demo, but mainly tickle us, then we'll see a video of a depleted Ive telling us how they painstakingly perfected black anodization by putting everyone at apple through intensive psychoanalysis and creating an individualised Jobs-voiced borderline-abusive AI which boomed into every employee's earpiece during R&D. The feed to Schiller was outright abusive. With the improved thermals of a 10nm process (nearly 30% reduction) will the next Macbook get a redesign? Imagine a thinner, lighter, black Macbook! What about a 14" option? Remember those pictures of a possible prototype behind Cook? Intel have said Cannonlake will be "up to" 30% faster than Kaby Lake. I think LPDDR4 support has also been confirmed. I'm looking forward to this mainly as I've been waiting for them to include a 1TB SSD and surely we'll see it next. Possible specs I'd like to see: Redesign - Thinner, lighter, comes in desolate black. 14" option. Reduced bezels. Up to 30% faster Cannonlake CPU, really around 10% faster LPDDR4 RAM, up to 16GB Up to 1 TB SSD 12 Hour Battery Slightly better screen 720i webcam 3rd Gen Pavlovian Keyboard which jolts your fingers with 100V if you err Really nice What do you want in the next Macbook?