Apple is planning to make updates of its Macbook line up on its coming Annual Worldwide developers Conference all set to take place in June, probably in the next month, as report by Bloomberg. Apple’s most affordable notebook Macbook Air will be update and rest of the two Macbook’s and Macbook Pro‘s new version will come out, as expected.

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According to Bloomberg, people familiar with the matter revealed that recently updated Macbook pro will be enhanced and refresh with a new version of Kaby Lake processor, from current skylake version. The shape and size are not changing and will look same as the current model, only internal changes will made.

According to macrumors report, Apple is working on ARM chip which is capable to handle low power feature in the device. Unfortunately this feature will not be available for the updates of June.

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Apple Macbook, which was updated lastly in 2016 will also roll out a new version with an updated processor precisely like to the Kaby Lake one.

The third one Apple Air is not getting any update from two years before dated 2015, despite of that it selling rate is strong due to its affordable price among the three Apple’s notebook. Apple’s Macbook and Macbook pro, both are much thinner than Macbook Air. But now, as reported by Bloomberg Apple Air is going to get an updated processor. whatever, lets wait and see.

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All these are expected to be announce on June 5th, in the Worldwide developers Conference of the company. Wait till the date come.

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Sources: wccftech & macrumors