Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on June 10th this year. There have already been many rumors regarding the announcements Apple will make at the event, whose tickets were sold out in less than three minutes this time around. Analysts already believe that refreshed models of MacBook Air and MacBook Pro might be released at the event. It is now being rumored that there’s a shortage in supply of MacBook Air to several of Apple’s authorized resellers, giving fuel to the speculation that indeed we are going to be treated to new Apple notebooks at this year’s WWDC.
No design changes have been rumored as yet for the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models. As far as the internal hardware is concerned, it is believed that these new notebooks will tout Intel’s new Haswell processors. There is a precedent to back up these rumors, the current MacBook models were released at WWDC 2012, and if Apple sticks to its traditional timeline of releasing updated models after an entire year, come June 10th there might be a new lineup of Apple notebooks.
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It was back in January when T-Mobile announced that it would be offering the LTE edition of Samsung Galaxy S3. Quite a lot of time passed since the announcement but T-Mobile didn’t deliver on its pledge. It is now being reported that 16GB LTE White Galaxy S3 models are being delivered to T-Mobile retail stores across the country, which should start selling them in the very near future.
There’s still no confirmation from the carrier itself and it is rumored that stocks will be limited. This seems to be an obvious fact given that T-Mobile is already carrying the Galaxy S4, Samsung’s latest LTE compatible flagship smartphone. T-Mobile is expected to price LTE Galaxy S3 models substantially lower than the S4, because it obviously doesn’t make much sense for someone to pay exactly or close to the same amount for a device that has been succeeded by a new one. There is absolutely no difference in the specifications or internal hardware of a T-Mobile LTE Galaxy S3 as compared to an original S3, save for the fact that the former supports T-Mobile’s nascent LTE network. [Image via Tmonews]