Apple announced its upcoming Worldwide Developer Conference will start on June 10 and will mainly focus on iOS 7 and improvements to OS X. Even though Apple CEO Tim Cook said the earliest we should expect new Apple devices is September, that hasn’t stopped one analyst from predicting the company is expected to announce a refreshed MacBook Air and MacBook Pro sometime during the conference.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says he believes new Apple notebooks will be unveiled on June 10 and are expected to sport Intel’s new Haswell processors with production of the new MacBook Pro expected to take place next month. Kuo also believes Apple will continue to manufacture the MacBook Pro as he says “the 13″ MacBook Pro remains the most popular product in the MacBook Line.”
Kuo’s claim isn’t necessarily that outrageous as Apple unveiled both a new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro during last year’s WWDC. Cook’s claim of no new products until September could mean no new products, meaning upgrades to previously released products could be considered. Either way, we’re hoping Kuo’s analysis comes true as we’d love to see a new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro announced.
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