“A new Mac Pro will launch at WWDC, marking the pro desktop’s first update in nearly two years,” 9to5Mac reports. “As we previously reported, the new machine will come in three configurations: two standard models and a server model.”
“we believe that Apple will be announcing both next-generation MacBook Pros with a thinner design and Retina Display AND spec-bumped MacBook Pros with the current design,” 9to5Mac reports. “We believed that the Retina MacBook Pros will come with a 15-inch display and that Apple will release spec-bumped 13 inch and 15 inch MacBook Pros with the current design.”
9to5Mac reports, “We are yet to receive details on the Retina Display MacBook Pro and the new MacBook Airs, but we believe that those notebooks are still coming at WWDC. Also in the mix is an updated AirPort Express and USB SuperDrive… We also understand that Apple might refresh their MagSafe connector/adapter and sell new adapters and converters between new and old MagSafes. A new Thunderbolt to Ethernet adapter will also be made available.”
More information on specific models, specs, and features in the full article here.
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