MacBook Pro 2018 is The Biggest and Baddest Laptop? - Latest Specs and Release Date Detailed
The tech giant Apple seems to have one more surprise for both developers and avid fans. A new MacBook Pro 2018 might be introduced in the annual WWDC 2018, today. If it will likely happen, it will be considered its biggest and baddest laptop so far.
According to SlashGear, the top-end laptop just got listed in the Geekbench dubbed as “MacBook Pro 14,3.” It will come with Intel’s hexa-core Core i7-8750H processor, which is a part of the Coffee Lake family and is more powerful than the two-cores seen in any current version.
The MacBook Pro 2018 will outwit its predecessors because of its boosted clock speed of 4.1 gigahertz even if it has its base of 2.21 gigahertz. Come to think of it, the maximum-spec 2017-edition Pro is only limited to four.
In the listing, the laptop got a score of 4,902 for the single core and a score of 22,316 for the multiple cores, making it not a regular Apple device. It will also exceed most expectations of developers and users because of its 32 gigabytes of DDR4 RAM, which are twice its predecessors. However, speculations suggest that the company will stick to a 16-gigabyte RAM until end of this year or 2019.
Besides this MacBook Pro 14,3, other interesting things expected to be introduced at the WWDC 2018 will be mostly previews of the software such as macOS 10.14 (possibly for an Apple News app), iOS 12 (for 2018 iPhones and iPad), watchOS 5 (for Apple Watch Series 4), and tvOS 12. The company is also rumored to unveil new 12-inch MacBooks and latest upgrades to the personal assistant Siri and ARKit software platform.
This upgraded platform will now allow multiple iPhones sharing the same virtual environment. To recall, the original ARKit was released to integrate real-world images in augmented reality experiences and placement of virtual objects on vertical surfaces.
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