Apple Delays The Announcement of MacBook Pro

Many witnessed the unveiling of MacBook Air and Mac Pro at the WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference), but the company seemed to delay the official announcement of new MacBook Pro. Previously, we heard rumors that Apple will announce the new Retina-capable MacBook Pro, which is upgraded with Intel’s Haswell processor.

Analysts from KGI Securities suggested that bottlenecks in display production could be the cause for the delay of the new MacBook Pro. Apple may realize that the gap between WWDC and the actual release of the laptop will be too large. So, if this is the case, it could be a few months before we see the new MacBook Pro hit the shelves.

The new MacBook Pro will have better battery life thanks to the power-efficient Haswell CPU. The laptop can get up to 80 percent better battery life, as shown by the model of MacBook Air. Intel’s improved Graphics HD 5000 integrated GPU would bring major boost in 2D/3D performance, roughly comparable with today’s entry-level dedicated graphics card.

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  1. Garner July 25, 2013 Reply

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