“With most of the excitement happening in Apple’s iPad tablet, MacBook Air ultraportable and iPhone 4 smartphone segments, the poor MacBook Pro has been somewhat relegated,” Chris Davies reports for SlashGear.
“The latest rumors, however, suggest that’s all likely to change in April 2011, with Three Guys and a Podcast tipping a significant refresh that will see the new MacBook Pro gain not only up to 512GB of SSD storage in a wholesale shift to solid-state memory, but the adoption of Intel’s Light Peak technology,” Davies reports.
“The new MacBook Pro will also apparently lose its optical drive,” Davies reports. “Apple is expected to keep a ‘legacy’ 15-inch MBP for those unwilling to drop the DVD burner…”
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