New Apple MacBook Pros and iMacs coming June 11?
By Andrew Hudson Published: May 16, 2012 Updated: October 18, 2016
New MacBook Pros and iMacs may be debuting next month, according to multiple reports. Both may sport Ivy Bridge processors and, possibly, retina displays.believes the model IDs are MacBook Pro 9 with an Intel Ivy Bridge Core i7-3820QM quad-core processor running at 2.7 GHz, and iMac 13 with an Intel Ivy Bridge Core i7-3770 quad-core processor running at 3.4 GHz.
Other rumors suggest: an “iPad Mini” in October with a 7.85-inch Retina screen; a 42-inch HDTV, dubbed iTV, with Siri-like voice controls; and a taller 4-inch screen for the next iPhone.
Here’s the latest summary:
|Apple Product Releases (2012/05 ed.)|
|MacBook Pro 9||Laptop||June 11, 2012||Intel Ivy Bridge, retina display|
|iMac 13||Desktop||June 11, 2012||Intel Ivy Bridge processor|
|OS X Mountain Lion||Operating system||Jul/Aug 2012||OS 10.8 “arrives this summer.”|
|iPad mini||Tablet||Oct 2012||7.85-inch Retina screen, $200–$250|
|iPhone 5||Smartphone||Oct/Nov 2012||Taller 4-inch display, radical redesign|
|iPad 3||Tablet||Mar 2013|
|iTV||HDTV||Mar 2013||42-inch screen, Siri, Wi-Fi|
McBook Pros and iMac
“According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple will announce its new MacBook Pros at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) on June 11th. The new MacBook Pros will feature super hi-res ‘Retina’ displays, Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors, and solid-state drives. We can also expect more announcements at WWDC regarding OS X Mountain Lion, iCloud, and iOS 6.”
“Increasingly authoritative rumors continue to swirl about an iPad Mini being unveiled in October. This iPad Mini would sport a 7.85-inch Retina screen and priced between $200-$250 to compete with the $199 Amazon Kindle Fire.”
“Apple is said to be looking at a 42-inch or larger LCD TV with built-in Wi-Fi. Inside the locked-down studio of Jonathan Ive, senior vice president of industrial design at Apple, there’s a slick 50-inch TV, according to the source who worked at Apple.”
— USA Today
“It looks as if the next iPhone will have a 4-inch display and a radical redesign, an effort led by Steve Jobs, the last project in which he was actively involved.”