Soon enough MacBook Air and MacBook Pro fans will rejoice, as upgraded versions of each are expected to roll out as early as mid-2014.
Rumors said that the new MacBook Air will be released this June, and that a MacBook Air Retina will also come out in the market with a high-resolution display.
The new MacBook Air Retina and a MacBook Pro Retina updates would be the biggest releases for Apple fans though it was said that Apple is more focused on iMac.
It could be remembered that earlier reports said that Apple would have that product off — the new MacBook Air with a 12-inch display at the Worldwide Developers Conference on June 2 at Moscone West in San Francisco.
On MacBook Pro, reports said that it would be on the late fall as Ming-Chi Kuo, a KGI Securities analyst predicted which is just in time for the holidays.
Rumors said that the upgraded MacBook Pro Retina will have a new type of RAM which has the capability of delivering ?lightning quick? performance that users will actually notice and enjoy.
It could further be remembered that Kuo had outline what Apple fans could expect from a new Macbook Air, when a MacBook Pro Retina 2014 update might come in a detailed new Apple road-map of potential announcements plus why Apple fans could see a cheaper iMac this year.
In his road-map of Apple?s potential announcements, Kuo said that Apple will unveil a new 12-inch ultra-thin but with higher-resolution display MacBook Air which has an incorporated touchpad with no buttons and functions without a fan.
Moreover, Kuo predicted that Apple is working on a 12.9-inch iPad Pro. In addition to Kuo?s prediction, iPad Air 2 will adopt Touch ID, an A8 processor, and an improved camera with a resolution of eight (8) megapixels.
Furthermore on iMac, Apple fans could expect it to be at a lower price which Kuo believes to help boost iMac shipments up to 23 per cent.
Though these are predictions for now and are most likely to change, still Apple fans can say that they have given a solid overview with these details. (Photo courtesy of?https://www.apple.com/ipad-air/)