Slimmer, Retina MacBook to Debut at WWDC?
Apple will take the wraps off thinner Mac notebooks that feature Retina Displays and Flash memory
Adding to a report from a popular Apple rumor blog, Bloomberg has also heard increased chatter of new MacBook Pros, saying they're coming next month. Apple's next generation of MacBook Pros will be unveiled at next month's Worldwide Developers Conference, according to a new report.
Adding to claims made by 9to5mac earlier today, Bloomberg now says Apple will take the wraps off thinner Mac notebooks that feature Retina Displays and Flash memory at its developer-centric show next month.
Citing multiple unnamed sources, Bloomberg says the new MacBook Pros will be less than 0.95 inch thick and sport Intel's third-generation Core series chips, code-named Ivy Bridge.
The report is the latest to suggest Apple is on the verge of updating its Mac portable line with a thinner design. Earlier today Apple blog 9to5mac said Apple was "putting the finishing touches" on a revamped version of its 15-inch MacBook Pro with a higher-resolution display and USB 3.0, all with the removal of the optical drive to shrink it down in size. Bloomberg's report makes no such mention of that feature disappearing.