We haven’t seen much from Apple this entire year. It’s been almost a year that it last released its iPhones ad iPods, similarly it has been a year since it last launched its iMac and MacBook Pro models. Breaking the habits, it has finally released the Haswell powered MacBook Air laptops, which will definitely refresh the iMac and MacBook Pro line up with its new processor. According to one analyst, the new iMac model from Apple will be released somewhere in August. As far as Apple MacBook pro models are concerned, they are most likely to be renewed in September.
Not only Haswell processors are known for their high computing and graphics performance. But also they greatly increase the battery life. Haswell processors are most likely to show much more gains on new MacBook Pros as well. Since we all know Apple is known for its excellent battery time, hence the 13-inch MacBook Air too has a 12hour battery time powered by Haswell. Recently leaked benchmarks also indicate Haswell Pro laptops will be considerably better on batteries than their predecessors. No benchmarks for iMac 2013 have been put into picture yet.
Coming down to its design, not much changes are expected in the upcoming model and same goes for MacBok Pro models as well. Apple lovers love the iMac, the way it looks. So that won’t be an issue.
Source: WCCFTech | News Archive