Wednesday, May 16, 2012

New MacBook Pro - the premiere will be in June

                              Even before  hot the summer Apple will present the world the new MacBook Pro. According to Bloomberg machines are shown for 11 June at the WWDC 2012 in San Francisco.

                          The new MacBook Pro, consumers will get what it wanted, but the Cupertino giant is yet not break with the previous generation of machines. Noticeable change will be the thickness of the enclosures, which, however, will not be a wedge shape as the MacBook Air. Thanks to the new laptops do not miss important communications ports, including a pair of connectors Thunderbolt, two USB 2.0 ports, SD card reader and one USB 3.0.

                          Refreshed MacBook Pro will of course be equipped with Intel IvyBridge. The set can also find Intel Core i7-3820QM clocked at 2.7 GHz and 8 GB of RAM, which will provide the machines as much as 17 percent better performance compared to predecessors.


                       Contrary to earlier reports by the new laptops do not run out of conventional hard drives, though of course the most expensivemodels will be sold with SSD memory. An important change will also return to the dedicated Nvidia graphics card (GeForce GT650M is likely), and known from other   products Retina  screen.

                         So far it is unknown whether Tim Cook has decided to withdraw from the sale of 17-inch MacBook Pro. All of the above information relates to the flagship 15-inch Apple laptop. The new laptops will be sold with preinstalled OS X Mountain Lion.

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