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Report: WWDC Will Bring Updates To Almost Apple's Entire Lineup of Mac Hardware

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There has been pretty strong indication that Apple would show off some revamped hardware at WWDC, but that update is reportedly going to be even bigger than we previously expected. According to 9to5Mac, we're going to see refreshes for almost the entire lineup of Mac machines.


That means new MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, iMacs, and either Mac Pros or Mac minis (though it's not entirely clear which of the two). These rumors aren't exactly new, however the talk of updated iMacs is. And it makes sense that this computer would get at least a processor bump, since it hasn't gotten any kind of update since May 2011. The Mac Pro reports seem less likely, though there is a small group of creative professionals clamoring for a reboot in this department. And of course, the rumblings of new MacBook Airs and Pros have been floating around for many months, and those are the ones you can all but count on. But we won't have to wait much longer to find out what's true and what's bunk—WWDC starts June 11. [9to5Mac]


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Just bought a Macbook Pro last week. Nope, don't regret it at all. Got a steal, and I don't see these things being as amazing as they say. Minor processor bump, and if they have Retina displays, I'm ready to laugh at the lag and poor battery life.