Apple will unveil new laptops during its annual developer conference, known as WWDC, next month, according to a report in Bloomberg.
According to sources, Apple's entire MacBook line-up is scheduled for a refresh with the big phone Company giving the MacBook Pro a new, faster Intel Kaby Lake chipset. But sadly, there's no word on a better screen.
More surprising, Bloomberg is saying that Apple is also considering updating the MacBook Air.
A new processor should also be on offer for the 12-inch MacBook.
Apple is under more pressure to deliver on this update after Microsoft (MSFT) released the Surface Laptop earlier this month.
Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Both the MacBook Pro and Retina MacBook have been criticised for unfriendly pricing, while the MacBook Air could probably drop a shade lower to remain competitive.
Apple announced a brand new MacBook back in 2015 and it featured one of the thinnest form factors for a computing machine and shipped with one very interesting change; a single Type-C USB port was present for charging and connecting peripherals to the machine.
The report claims the updated MacBook Pro will share the looks of its predecessor from 2016, but differ in "internal architecture". Upon its initial release last Fall, Apple's flagship notebook was lambasted for being overpriced and underpowered. The stall in Mac updates has not been limited to laptops.
To achieve a level of thickness that's never been seen before on notebooks, Apple had to make some serious compromises when it came to the 12-inch MacBook. While the Air has received component upgrades in the past, it's been nearly seven years since Apple made major design changes to it. That's also expected to get Intel's newest chips. At last year's conference, the company announced the Sierra operating system, which added support for Siri, Apple Pay and iMessage improvements.