Well, simple question, not so simple answer I guess. Google didn't help this time, because every search that contains any combination of "Apple", "Macbook" and "Kaby Lake" just leads to articles saying that the 2016 MBP will not have Kaby Lake. I want a new laptop, preferably small and light, but there are a few things (well actually one major thing) that I don't like about the current gen: the keyboard ("the major thing"): It's not as good as Apple wants it to be. I know 6 people who own a 2015 or 2016 rMB and all of the had issues. Reading this sub actually confirmed this. When people asked about the keyboard almost everyone who posted there confirmed that they have/had stuck keys and even if they didn't everyone wrote that it wears out much faster than the old Macbook keyboard. Therefore I'm hoping for a new rMB that includes the new butterfly keyboard we saw on Thursday. the CPUs: Well, I don't think the improvement will be big, but I'm a little concerned about the future, especially with the lower spec models. Many users confirm that they already have stutter here and there and if I buy a 1500 € laptop I want/have to use it for at least 3-4 years and software won't be less demanding by then. Turns out by "a few", I actually mean two. I really want something like the rMB, but the keyboard is a huge turn-off. Apple introduced the first rMB in March 2015, the 2016 update in April. How likely is it that we will get a Kaby Lake refresh with the butterfly keyboard rev2 in Q1/2017? Intel started shipping Kaby Lake CPUs this fall and the only reason why the new MBPs didn't get them yet is, that the quadcores aren't available. Technically there should be enough core-M CPUs available for a rMB refresh. Q1/2017, that's my personal waiting-deadline. Will it happen or should I look for something else?