MacBook Pro owners could be something to really expect this year, if Ming-Chi Kuo is on the brand. The popularity of analyst KGI is predicting that the generation of MacBook Pros this year will ultimately break the 16GB limit of RAM. While 32 GB on a "professional" computer these days seems normal, which is actually a problem with late models sore 2016, Apple refused to go further, power for the sake of sacrifice plus battery life And portability.
It is not so much a matter of physics as well as marketing and obligation based doing on technology in the last year. Pro MacBook users, especially those who use computer for video editing wanted to use more than 16GB of RAM. Apple, however, has been limited by the goals of technology, and products.
On one side Apple wanted on how their MacBook Pros were small and easy to brag in relative terms while long hours of battery life is maintained, which some argue anyway. More RAM would have sucked the life out of MacBook Pros, not to mention robbing a battery of valuable space. This is nothing more than 16GB LPDDR3 admitted mainly due to the limitations of current technology, such as the Intel chipset notebook. LPDDR4 not yet While it is not supported.
However, the market can force the hands of Apple this year when the big cry of 32GB of RAM MacBook Pros. If Intel does not contact technical support, they are forced by Apple to use the desktop-class DDR4 memory class. Although it is more, it also has more power hungry and necessarily arise punishments elsewhere.
Along with a 32 GB RAM model, Kuo believes that Apple will also upgrade the ultra-thin 12-inch MacBook RAM from 8 GB to 16 GB. While 8GB was re still at the sub-portable level, once it was released in 2015 for life, it will become a passive and maybe even a target of jokes when a second generation of this year gets even small RAM.