According to reports, Apple appears to be planning to update its MacBook devices at the WWDC this year. It is reported that the company is working on three updated models: the MacBook Pro with the latest Intel Kaby Lake processor, a stronger version of the 12-inch MacBook and an updated version of The 13-inch MacBook Air is likely to come with a faster processor as well, but there is no news of any development on the screens.
Although these updates do not look like big changes, they are promising to see Apple take the criticism of the latest Mac Pro and try to develop the notebook line using the latest Intel processors. It is not yet clear whether the flexibility of random memory and the performance of the unbalanced USB-C port will be developed in models that will be updated.
The MacBook and MacBook Air devices must be updated; both devices were last updated in 2016 and 2015, respectively. The WWDC 2017 is scheduled to take place from June 5 to June 9.