Apple won’t introduce major changes to its MacBook Pro line this year.
DigiTimes, a website with pretty good records of Apple leaks in the past, is now reporting that MacBook Pro won’t see major changes this year. According to DigiTimes, Apple is not planning major upgrades for MacBook Pro in 2018, which would leave those wanting for a more significant refresh since 2016 frustrated.
The report also claims that Foxconn will have increased number of orders for MacBook machines this year, as the orders for Quanta Computer will be reduced. However, Quanta will remain the major producer of MacBooks, with a share around 80%.
MacBook Pro debuted in 2006 as a replacement of the PowerBook G4. The fourth generation was announced in October 2016 with a multi-touch bar and Touch ID sensor integrated into the Power button.
Source: DiGi Times