2017 MacBook Pro
When Apple delivered the current MacBook Pro, the company limited the amount of RAM and skipped on the latest Intel processors.
Given the renewed commitment to professional users that Tim Cook is touting, there are clear indications that a 2017 MacBook Pro is on the way.
Expect the same design, but potentially a new color option. Count on a Touch Bar for two models at least. Intel Kaby Lake processors will be the highlight of this upgrade.
The latest reports suggest Apple will announce the 2017 MacBook Pro at WWDC on June 5th.