:8: – Apple is issued to develop their lines up of high-end devices at World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 11th – 15th. The MacBook Pro 2012 release date plan is a good news for the Apple device lovers. One of the MacBook Pro 2012 lines up that will be released is the brand-new 15-inch MacBook Pro that is issued to be launched featuring faster I/O, high-resolution Retina Display, and a thinner design. Therefore, don’t miss the update about the new release of incredible hardware of MacBook Pro 2012 in WWDC.
MacBook Pro 2012 Release Date – Four of the Five Lines UpApple is planning to update four of the five Mac lines to be the new MacBook Pro 2012 lines up list. Beside the redesigned 15-inch MacBook Pro, the iMac that has been updated last May 2011 with a FaceTime HD camera, Thunderbolt support, a vastly-improved graphics system, and faster processors will also receive updates of MacBook Pro 2012. However, what updates will be applied to the new MacBook Pro 2012 is unclear yet. There is only an issue that the new MacBook Pro 2012 will have much higher-resolution screen, a Retina Display.
The Macbook Pro has not received an update in a couple of years. However, we still expect that the redesigned Macbook Pro will be the one of the MacBook Pro 2012 lines up.
There is a report that the MacBook Pro 2012 update will be the implanted just-released Ivy Bridge chips and an ultra-high resolution Retina displays. Besides, the addition to receive an update to the faster USB 3.0 is ready for the MacBook Pro 2012 devices.
The new MacBook Pro 2012 will also introduce new and updated accessories and new software and updates at the very opportunity to happen. The new device 15-inch MacBook Pro is issued to be slimmer than its predecessor while the optical drive will be removed from the device for the thinness.
The new MacBook Pro 2012 devices might be offered with new SSDs (solid state drives), a flash-based memory drive for the faster data processing, substituting the common hard drives found in PCs. The SSD technology cuts access time and latency by not using the mechanical, magnetic spinning disks to result faster performance. The new SSD technology that will be applied to the new MacBook Pro 2012 devices remains a higher price tag, however.
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