Apr 262013
 

In the past few months, a lot of rumors said that Apple may start mass production of the next-generation MacBook around WWDC 2013. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released Apple’s 2013 roadmap in January, which pointed that the MacBook Air may be updated in the second quarter of this year, while the general and Retina MacBook Pro would be updated in the third quarter of this year.

Of course, the design of the next generation MacBook is still not known. In February of this year, insider from Taiwan Economic Times said the appearance of the MacBook Air would change, while Kuo also predicted that there would be some changes in the Retina MacBook Pro.

Taiwan media DigiTimes has published the news several times that Apple will update the MacBook in June, in December last year, they release the news that Apple may reduce the MacBook Air price. In fact, Apple indeed lowered the MacBook Air Price in February and updated the configuration of Retian MacBook Pro. A few weeks ago, DigiTimes released the news that Apple would release the new MacBook in June.

In the report today, the Digitimes said the new MacBook would start mass production in mid-May, and the next generation products will use Intel Haswell processors. Apple supplier seems to receive no news about the design changes, which means that the new products will only be changed within the eyar.

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