Apple has a lot going for its MacBook series. Aside from being slim, lightweight and more potent, the company's recent products possess an enhanced keyboard and trackpad.

The Cupertino-based tech giant has never actually stopped improving its items. Touch bar features have been added to the repertoire of the laptop,

Next year can be a highly-entertaining year considering that the 2017 MacBook Pro offers a variety of exciting components. For starters, the configurations will double what has been instituted now.

It is likely that the upcoming unit will be depicting up to 32GB RAM. According to the Korean tech-oriented ET News, Apple's next MacBook Pro will be equipped with OLED display which will be replacing the LCD panels.

While the enhancement process continues, the MacBook design seems to look virtually the same. However, a closer look will unveil that the frames had contrasting variations.

The truth is the 13-inch and the 15-inch laptops have thinned out by 17 percent and 14 percent, respectively, compared to the models they've succeeded. This means that measurements for the two MacBooks are distinguished at 14.9mm and 15.5mm.

It follows that the weight of the 13-inch brand is around three pounds or 1.37kg which is approximately half a pound lighter than its predecessor. On the other hand, the 15-inch model comes in at four pounds or 1.83kg. Within this context, the units are likely to be even lighter and thinner than the last MacBook Air.

As for the keyboard, its primary improvement leans on an enhanced typing approach which means that handling the keys has become convenient. A lot of crisp goes with the punching of keys.

The Force Touch trackpad provides enough room for activity. In addition, the pad needs less force to function.

The inclusion of the Touch Bar in the Pro means soft strokes on the screen. With an OLED display plus a touch ID, the laptop provides an array of selections. Shortcut functions are made possible on the bar.

It is highly likely that the next-generation Skylake processors from Intel will be included. The new MacBook Pro models will also probably be equipped with higher versions of the AMD Radeon Pro graphics system with 1TB to 2TB memory storage capacity.