At today's CES show in Las Vegas, Intel officially announced a full range of seventh-generation Core Duo processor, which is Kaby Lake. Low-power version of Kaby Lake processor, Y series and U series as early as last August announced. Today announced the Kaby Lake processor family includes notebook and desktop computer chips, these chips may appear in the future of Apple Mac computers. Intel's seventh-generation Core Duo processor with 14nm + technology to create, and 14nm Broadwell and Skylake processors compared to performance has been further optimized.
According to Intel, with the 2013 Haswell processor, gaming notebook equipped with Kaby Lake processor, the performance will increase by 20%; desktop computer performance will increase by 25%. In the notebook, Kaby Lake processor in the processor 4K and 360-degree video, the speed increase of 65%. At the same time, Kaby Lake processor also enhanced security, the use of new media engine, improved VR and game performance.
In today's announcement, 28W U series chips for the future of 13-inch MacBook Pro, I believe this year's new 13-inch MacBook Pro will select 7267U, 7287U and 7567U. At the same time these chips may also appear in the new Mac mini, Mac mini and 13-inch MacBook Pro usually use the same processor, of course, provided that Apple chose to update the Mac mini.
Intel 45W H Series processors for the next 15-inch MacBook Pro, 7700HQ models suitable for entry-level machines, and the mid-range version will choose 7820HQ, the top version will use 7920HQ.
For the new 27-inch iMac, you can use the processor, including 7500,7600 and 7700K. For the 21.5-inch iMac, Apple will usually choose integrated high-end integrated graphics models, but this year's Kaby Lake processor does not seem to have these choices. Apple may continue to select the 21.5-inch iMac Skylake processor, which is released 6 months ago 6585R, 6685R and 6785R. Rumors that we will see the new iMac this spring, for the new MacBook, I believe to wait until this fall.