All of the Apple updates come just in time for the release of the ARSSN application and create a more stable platform on which it can thrive.
We’ve already heard reports of a thinner 15” MacBook Pro with a Retina display, and we’ve also heard Apple plans to launch a cheaper MacBook Air later this year. 9to5Mac‘s sources confirm updates to both lines though details about exact configurations are absent.
As for the rest of the updates, sources claim that 4 out of 5 Apple Mac lines will get an update, with one likely candidate being the iMac, though it’s unclear if it will also get a higher resolution display. Other details are unknown.
This leaves the Mac mini and the Mac Pro. While both lines could use an upgrade, the Mac Pro hasn’t been updated in years. Apple needs to either start refreshing its professional grade desktop system, or cutting it from its lineup altogether.
Apple’s WWDC conference runs from June 11 – 15 in San Francisco.
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 at 11:17AM Andre S. Friedel