Apple to unveil six-core MacBook Pro with 32GB RAM – Report

New benchmarks for the MacBook Pro “14.3” on Geekbench suggest Apple may be working on a new model in its professional laptop range.

The laptop is set to run hexa-core Intel Core i7-8750H and 32GB of RAM, SlashGear reported.

The “14.3” model corresponds to the 15-inch variant launched in 2017, but the specifications are significantly higher.

In addition to an upgraded MacBook Pro, Apple is also expected to unveil a “dark mode” for macOS.

Developer Steve Troughton-Smith discovered a leaked video of Xcode, Apple’s integrated development environment for macOS, showing a new version of the tool running on macOS in dark mode.

SlashGear noted that the Mac App Store does not yet support videos.

As the leak appeared to be a video preview intended for the Mac App Store, it is possible Apple will launch video trailers for the app store at WWDC 2018.

Now read: Apple Worldwide Developers Conference for 2018

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Apple to unveil six-core MacBook Pro with 32GB RAM – Report