Apple MacBook 2018 To Feature 30 Percent Performance Boost With Intel Coffee Lake Processors

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MacBook 2018 may have Coffee Lake processors

Apple is expected to announce the update to its MacBook line of laptops. The Worldwide Developers Conference event to be held in San Jose, CA on June 5 is said to the be venue for the announcement.

While this may sound exciting to Apple fans, perhaps looking at what the future might bring for the MacBook 2018 might give them some more enjoyment.

Intel just announced yesterday at the Computex 2017 event in Taiwan that is has successfully tested its latest processor architecture. The company registered a 30-percent performance improvement on its Coffee Lake processors. This performance boost, compared to the current Kaby Lake lineup is quite impressive in the scheme of things.

In addition to announcing the said performance gains, Intel also said that it will make the Coffee Lake processors available in the market as early as the second half of 2017.

MacBook 2018 may have Coffee Lake processors

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This could mean that MacBook 2018 releases will be able to take advantage of the new processors’ performance gains. This and longer battery life due to the improved efficiency of the new processors.

At the moment, the current MacBook laptops are still on older Intel processors, mostly with Skylake architecture. Many consumers expected Apple to release the MacBook Pro on Kaby Lake processors. Unfortunately, the availability made it impossible at the time. This is why Apple is reported to be planning a release of Kaby Lake-powered MacBook laptops next month.

Having an updated MacBook 2018 release is a welcomed change especially for hardcore Mac fans.

For now, it is still too soon to tell whether Intel will be able to deliver its promise for the Coffee Lake processors. Last year, the company experienced some major delays in the release of the Kaby Lake processors that inevitably affected the MacBook Pro. For more updates on the MacBook 2018, be sure to check us out at TheBitbag.

Also read: Intel Core i9 X Series Lineup Leaked; Features 18-core to Combat AMD’s Threadripper

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