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Apple Releasing Thinner Macbook Pro with Ivy Bridge Processor in April!
When paired with the company’s upcoming Mountain Lion operating system as well as Apple’s MacBook Air models, the product lines are expected to create a significant threat against notebook players’ ultrabooks, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
Analysts predict that Apple will launch around 01 million updated 13 and 15-inch MacBook Pros in their initial shipments.
Interestingly, Intel has recently disclosed that it will fail to supply massive units of its new Ivy Bridge CPUs, delaying from April to June, as Digitimes notes that it is the major concern for Apple rivals in laptop market.
Notebook vendors are concerned about that the postponed launch schedules of their ultrabooks, as it may give Apple advantages in terms of time-to-market, the sources noted.
It seems that Apple has already secured the lot of Ivy Bridge chips for the its next generation MacBook Pros.