Technology giant, Apple might be planning to launch the new generation of its MacBook Pros at next month's Worldwide Developers Conference, according to a report.
A new report by 9to5mac earlier today was supported by Bloomberg claims that Apple might unveil thinner Mac notebooks with Retina Displays and Flash memory at the Worldwide Developers Conference next month.
According to the report, the new MacBook Pros will be less than 0.95 inch thick and will come with Intel's third-generation Core series chips, code-named Ivy Bridge. The report by Bloomberg is latet to indicate that Apple is looking to upgrade its MacBook series.
Apple blog 9to5mac showed that the company was "putting the finishing touches" on a new version of its 15-inch MacBook Pro with a higher-resolution display and USB 3.0. The new device is will not include optical drive so as to make it possible to make the MacBook thinner.
Earlier reports had suggested that the company will launch new Mac notebook models at the time when Intel's latest generation of chips are launched in the market. Apple has said in October 2011 that its new MacBook models will come with speedier processor, more storage, and upgraded graphics capabilities.
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