Apple Updating Entire Mac Products at its WWDC 2012
According to a latest report from 9to5Mac ; Apple is going to update entire Mac Products at its next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The site states that “at least four” out the Apple’s five Mac products will be upgraded to next improved versions.
Macbook Pro is said to be the most vital device which will be upgraded to a very thin and slim model, just like Air. Apple will also upgrade its iMac and MacBook Air lines at WWDC 2012, next week. Moreover, the report reveals that both MacBook Pro and MacBook Air will be updated by incorporating ultra-high resolution Retina displays, however, iMac will miss this feature for next few months as it is still not obvious whether it will make it into the next upgrade of Apple’s flagship desktop line.
Now only two products left behind; Mac mini and the Mac Pro, out which only one will see the update by apple if company decides to update only ‘four products’. In this case the Mac mini seems most firm contestant to see an update with new Ivy Bridge chips that could also adorn and would be quite appropriate feature for a Mac mini refresh.
Though, Xeon E5 chips are now available in the market and also seem more suitable to be incorporated in Mac Pro update, yet Apple showing no interest to select these processors for their Mac Pro up-gradation. Notably, the device hasn’t been updated for about two years.
It means Apple has a concrete plan to use WWDC 2012 as a golden opportunity for introducing entire updated Mac products lineup with new and updated accessories and World Wide Developer Conference will be the focus of eyes of tech world to know more about the full details about each Mac update.Apple, Mac