A WWDC 2018 MacBook Pro update is looking even more likely

Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro may well be in line for an update at WWDC 2018, with stock levels hinting that the Cupertino firm could be running down supplies in advance of a new model. The annual developer event starts on June 4, and there have been ongoing rumors that Tim Cook & Co. will use its keynote to debut fresh hardware.

The current MacBook Pro is offered in three basic forms. The range kicks off with a 13-inch MacBook Pro with a physical function key row; then, there’s a 13-inch version with the Touch Bar, Apple’s OLED touchscreen strip. Finally, there’s the 15-inch MacBook Pro, models of which are only offered with the Touch Bar.

It’s the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro which has prompted this new refresh rumor. Currently, it’s listed as shipping on June 6, two days after WWDC kicks off, The Mac Observer spotted. The other configurations are still available for immediate shipping, though that may well change in the week or so between now and the event.

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