Apple Inc’s WWDC or the Worldwide Developers Conference is here again and as like always, there are high anticipations for new products and OS updates on stage.
Wednesday, the Cupertino, California-based company announced that the annual developers conference will happen between June 10 and June 14 in San Francisco, California. The company also announced their press release that the conference will be focusing on sharing the new iOS and OS X to the developers.
Also in the press release, Phil Schiller, worldwide marketing SVP said that “Our developers have had the most prolific and . . . → Read More: Apple Announces WWDC; Developers Expect Introduction of iOS 7 and OS X 10.9
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
Rumors came out last week that MacBook Pro users are expecting the Pro line to be stopped by Apple, an executive from Apple reported that new iMac and MacBook Pro is already in the works and might arrive next year, according to David Pogue of The New York Times on Monday.
In the WWDC or Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, the Cupertino, California-based company showed off a new line of MacBook computers. It includes the 15-inch Retina display for the MacBook Pro and updates to the MacBook Air. Apparently, upgrades for the iMacs is not available . . . → Read More: New iMac and Mac Pro Models in 2013 According to Apple Exec
Almost all of devices that Apple currently offers is anticipated to have an update in the WWDC kick-off on Monday, according to 9to5Mac. The iMac, Pro and Air, are allegedly scheduled for an update in under a week, together with either the Pro or Mac mini. This will come with the anticipated demonstrations of iOS6 and OS X Mountain Lion, yet as always, the Cupertino, California-based company has never verified these rumors.
Only a few details for these hardware updates, but it surely will make sense for Apple to upgrade the devices to the new Ivy Bridge processors . . . → Read More: Updates on Most Macs Anticipated on WWDC Kick-Off