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. >MacRumors 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.)
ProductTypeAnticipated
Release Date
Notes
MacBook Pro 9LaptopJune 11, 2012Intel Ivy Bridge, retina display
iMac 13DesktopJune 11, 2012Intel Ivy Bridge processor
OS X Mountain LionOperating systemJul/Aug 2012OS 10.8 “arrives this summer.”
iPad miniTabletOct 20127.85-inch Retina screen, $200–$250
iPhone 5SmartphoneOct/Nov 2012Taller 4-inch display, radical redesign
iPad 3TabletMar 2013
iTVHDTVMar 201342-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.”
CultofMac

iPad Mini

“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.”
— Lifegoesstrong

iTV

“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

iPhone 5

“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.”
— Lifegoesstrong

Source: USA Today, CultofMac, Bloomberg, Lifegoesstrong.

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