Intel

Intel today introduced a range of new eighth-generati Core Processors [PDF] suitable for future MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and iMac models.

The most remarkable new chip is the very first Core i9 processor for laptops. With six cores and 12 threads, Intel claims that the Core i9 is the most powerful notebook processor ever designed. The H Series processor has a base clock frequency of 2.9 GHz with a Turbo Boost frequency of up to 4.8 GHz.

Since the Core i9 is a 45W chip, it is suitable for the high-end 15-inch MacBook Pro and could be included in an updated versi of the laptop as early as this year. Apple has updated the MacBook Pro line with Kaby Lake processors at WWDC in June 2017, so a Core i9 model could debut at WWDC 2018.

It should be noted that if the Core i9 processor accepts systems with 32 GB of RAM, it is unlikely that it will apply to the next MacBook Pro because low DDR4 RAM memory Csumpti is still not supported. Back in 2016, Phil Schiller chief marketing officer of Apple said 32GB of …

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