Delivery estimates for Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro have been pushed out to more than a week, an early indication that refreshed models could be incoming.
MacRumors noted the delivery estimates for Apple’s high end laptops are now between June 6 and June 8 in the US, coinciding with the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Earlier, a report from Bloomberg suggested Apple is planning to announce an upgrade to the MacBook Pro at WWDC. The company will reportedly add Intel’s seventh generation Kaby Lake processors to the MacBook Pro, and also potentially integrate the newer chip into the 12-inch MacBook.
A major refresh of the MacBook Pro is not expected to be announced at WWDC, as Apple only introduced the latest MacBook Pro models featuring a Touch Bar display and fingerprint reader last October.