After months of rumor and speculation, Apple's alleged MacBook Pro overhaul may soon be upon us. Multiple reports suggest that the new models will have thinner designs that bring the Pro series closer in line with the MacBook Air, high-resolution Retina displays, Nvidia graphics, and Intel's new Ivy Bridge processors in time for a rumored summer release. Keep an eye on this page for all the latest buzz as it emerges.
Apple has just revealed its new line of 2012 MacBook Pro laptops, upgrading them to Intel's Ivy Bridge processors and Nvidia's new Kepler-based GeForce GT 650M graphics. All new models are shipping today.
A leaked image claims Apple's upcoming MacBook Pro 13-inch model will include USB 3.0 and Ivy Bridge.
The latest rumors claim that nearly the entire Mac lineup will be turned over at WWDC, with the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and iMac lines receiving updates; the report also claims that either the Mac Pro or Mac Mini line will be updated, though it's not yet certain which computer will see updates.
Apple's updated MacBook Pro rumored to arrive this summer will feature Nvidia graphics alongside Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, a switch from the AMD GPUs in the current models.
Apple's 2012 MacBook Pro is rumored to include a new Retina display, a thinner design, and USB 3.0 connectivity.
A source has given Ars Technica screenshots of icons with twice the normal resolution appearing in Mac OS X Mountain Lion's developer preview, suggesting that the OS may eventually be used on Retina displays or simply have better resolution independence.
Apple's intention to increase screen resolutions on its Mac hardware was signaled by the covert introduction of a HiDPI display mode with Lion earlier this year, and today we're hearing rumblings about the first laptops that may make use of it.
Digitimes claims that a new 11.6-, 13.3-, and 15-inch MacBook Air series will launch in the first quarter of 2012.