In line with his claim that Apple is planning to resuscitate its Macbook line at WWDC, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo went further, claiming that the 17 inch Macbook Pro will be discontinued in 2012.
Macbook Pro News
TheNextWeb adds a bit more fuel to the WWDC fire by noting that Retina-ready Mac apps are already appearing in the Mac App Store, hinting even further at those Retina-display Macs we’ve been hearing about.
A leaked list with part numbers strongly suggests that Apple may be planning to refresh its entire Mac range at WWDC, as well as various accessories.
A new image picturing a supposed spec sheet of the new 15-inch MacBook Pro to be unveiled next week surfaced yesterday evening, showing a massively revamped new device with a 2560×1600 Retina display and 16GB of RAM.
A photo of a spec sheet that is apparently that of the 2012 13-inch Macbook Pro has been posted on Chinese forum WeiPhone , revealing an 2.5Ghz i5 Ivy Bridge processor upgrade and new Intel 4000 Graphics.
Everybody likes to stay up to date with the latest Apple gear, especially the fanboys, and selling your old MacBooks has just got a whole lot easier after Amazon added them and almost any laptops to their trade in scheme.
Rumors have abounded regarding Apple’s next-gen MacBook Pros, but what should we actually expect them to look like? These excellent mockups should give you a pretty good idea!
Following our report from early last month that 15-inch MacBook Pro supplies are getting pretty scarce, Amazon is now running extremely low as well – a strong indicator that new MacBooks will launch very soon.
There’s been a great deal of excitement (and a whole lot of rumors) surrounding Apple’s next-gen MacBook Pro, but what should we really expect from the next round of MacBooks? We’ve rounded up the most significant and credible rumors.
The hype surrounding next-generation Macs is building up to a crescendo, with USB 3.o, ultra thin form factors and retina displays the order of the menu. While that last one might seem the most appealing, it could come at a high production cost, with potentially as much as $100 more being added on.
In addition to numerous credible reports that Apple’s next-gen MacBook Pro and iMac models will feature Retina displays, a new report claims that Apple is planning to bring Retina displays to the MacBook Air as well.
There’s been a ton of news recently about the next-gen MacBook Pro, but new reports now claim to provide even more information, suggesting that Apple will move back to Nvidia graphics chips for the new units.
Bloomberg has conformed an earlier rumor that Apple is preparing a new thinner MacBook Pro with a Retina display, which is rumored to launch at WWDC in June!
wAccording to a source speaking to 9to5Mac, Apple is preparing to release a new 15-inch MacBook Pro with an ultra-thin design, a Retina display, USB 3, and of course, Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors.
While product benchmarks are not normally known until after the release when keen geeks put them to the test, some supposed benchmarks for the upcoming 2012 MacBook Pro and iMac have already been seen on the Geekbench database.
We’ve just received word from a source within Apple’s supply chain that Apple is preparing to launch a trifecta of new products late this summer, with new MacBook Pros and iMacs, as well as OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion all planned for a mid-to-late July launch.