“Apple’s not expected to show much at WWDC that isn’t software,” John Brownlee reports for Cult of Mac. “Tim Cook himself pretty much precluded seeing any major updates to Apple’s hardware line until fall.”
“That doesn’t mean, however, that Apple won’t bump the specs of some existing Mac models, and it’s now expected by one of Apple’s more reliable activists that Cupertino will do just that, unveiling upgraded MacBooks across the line at the beginning of June,” Brownlee reports. “”
Brownlee reports, “The word comes from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities… [sho] said that he expects all MacBooks to be updated to Intel’s next-gen Hawell processors, which will result in a performance bump of around 7-13%.”
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