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Apple's MacBook is no Longer the Best Laptop; MacBook Pro 2017 to Come WIth High-End Specs

By Mala Srivastava, | April 19, 2017

A survey of the worst and best laptop brands by Laptop Mag ranked the MacBook in fifth place. (YouTube)

A survey of the worst and best laptop brands by Laptop Mag ranked the MacBook in fifth place. (YouTube)

Apple's MacBook is no longer the best laptop on the market, according to a recent survey.

A survey of the worst and best laptop brands by Laptop Mag ranked the MacBook in fifth place.

The Apple MacBook had occupied the number one place for some years. The company's dongle fascination and premium pricing are some of the factors that have contributed to its drop.

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Apple has been overtaken by Lenovo. The company has made a big impact with its unique line-up of devices that sport premium looks and robust batteries.

According to Laptop Mag, the Chinese company wowed them with their laptops that had innovative features, awesome designs, and epic battery life. Also, Lenovo provided useful support with no hold times in their tests.

However, the survey acknowledged that Apple's quality tech support and warranty options are apparently second to none. Asus took the second spot and Dell was third. 

Meanwhile, Apple is set to unveil a new MacBook Pro variant this year. The upcoming MacBook Pro 2017 will reportedly feature high-end specifications including a seventh-generation Kaby Lake processor and 16GB of RAM.

There are rumors that Apple may ditch Intel as its supplier for AMD. The 2017 MacBook Pro is expected to come with an enhanced battery life and a 32GB RAM option.

According to MacWorld, the new Apple laptop will be rolled out in a gold color with more innovations and features for the professional market. Furthermore, it is likely that the MacBook Pro 2017 will make its debut in October.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro model is expected to cost $2,199, and the 15-inch  MacBook Pro with Touch Bar may cost around $4,249.

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