Bloomberg reports that Apple is going to unveiled a new lineup of thinner MacBook laptops running on more powerful chips made by Intel. The MacBook Pro machines will be released at Apple’s annual developers’ conference which is scheduled to take place next month starting June 11.
Citing “people with knowledge of the plans” the publication reports that the new MacBook Pro will feature high-definition, Retina Displays “like those on the iPhone and iPad.” It’s also likely that the new MBPs will be powered by Intel’s new Ivy Bridge processors and come with OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion” pre-installed.
The most dazzled rumor we heard is that the new MacBook Pro will come with a USB 3.0 port, the first of its kind in Mac. 9to5Mac reports that the latest Mountain Lion beta indicates that the upcoming Ivy Bridge machines will support USB 3.0 and a new NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M GPU.