Intel’s future Ivy Bridge update is being primed for an official announcement when April 23rd rolls around, and it will most probably also see action in the next generation of MacBook Pros from Apple – where those notebooks are also said to include the second generation of Thunderbolt controllers. Of course, the main core of this bit of news would be the rife speculation that the upcoming generation of MacBook Pros will feature Retina Display image quality, something that Apple has already implemented first in its best selling iPhone 4, and more recently, the new iPad.
Do you think that a Retina Display MacBook Pro will be something worth dropping serious coin for? I guess consumers are extremely sensitive to pricing at this point in time, considering the kind of economic climate that we live in at the moment. Hopefully the new MacBook Pro range, assuming that they arrive with Retina Display technology, will be affordably priced.
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