If you are looking into getting an Apple MacBook Pro, its best you wait till WWDC, as we might just see a new MacBook Pro being announced. Apple has also extended free shipping dates for certain models.
According to Apple's website, shipping dates for the current 15 inch MacBook Pro have been pushed out, and with free delivery for those willing to wait until June 6th to 8th. These are the dates Apple will host its WWDC 2017 conference as well. This could be a sign that the Cupertino firm will be launching an updated version of its top shelf laptop, and this could be a subtle encouragement to hold off buying an outdated version of the 15-inch MacBook Pro.
Not all MacBooks have the extended free shipping date. However, the 13-inch and Touch Bar-less editions can currently be delivered to US doorsteps for free just 24 hours after placing an order. As of now, only the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar has seen its free shipping dates stretched out.
Earlier reports did hint at Apple potentially launching a new 12-inch MacBook and MacBook Air are expected to debut at Apple's keynote event in addition to a new MacBook Pro, so we might see the entire lineup getting a refresh.
We will know more about this once Apple takes the stage at WWDC 2017 next week, but until then, we suggest you hold off on buying a MacBook.
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