Apple is set to launch the 13-inch MacBook Pro housing a very sharp Retina display this October.
According to one analyst from KGI, he is expecting that the Cupertino, California-based company is going to increase the production of the smaller sized MacBook Pro with the new Retina display a month before its launching date. With this, Apple is expected to sell the first batch in October, also targeting the holiday shopping season.
The analyst also said that Apple will stop the production of the 17-inch MacBook Pro but will sell the new 15-inch MacBook . . . → Read More: 13-inch MacBook Pro Set to Go on Sale this October
MacBook Air ultraportable and iPhone 4 smartphone sections with most of the enthusiasm occurrence in iPad of Apple, the deprived MacBook Pro has been fairly demoted. The newest reports, on the other hand, recommend that is all probable to alter in April 2011, with Three Guys and a Podcast tilting an important revive that will observe the latest MacBook Pro increase not merely up to 512GB of SSD storage in a wholesale move to solid-state memory, except the implementation of Intel’s Light Peak technology.
Light Peak is an innovative, super-high-speed information move technology . . . → Read More: MacBook Pro with SSD, Light Peak and no DVD in April 2011