New iMac and Mac Pro Models in 2013 According to Apple Exec

Rumors came out last week that MacBook Pro users are expecting the Pro line to be stopped by Apple, an executive from Apple reported that new iMac and MacBook Pro is already in the works and might arrive next year, according to David Pogue of The New York Times on Monday.

In the WWDC or Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, the Cupertino, California-based company showed off a new line of MacBook computers. It includes the 15-inch Retina display for the MacBook Pro and updates to the MacBook Air. Apparently, upgrades for the iMacs is not available on the event.

“Many Apple observers also wonder if Apple thinks that desktop computers are dead, since not a word was said about the iMac and Mac Pro,” he wrote. “An executive did assure me, however, that new models and new designs are under way, probably for release in 2013.”

Though Apple featured the updates on the MacBook Pro line, it was still in the old processor rather than the new Sandy Bridge from Intel that every Apple user was expecting. A developer commented on the show about the Pro line that Apple doesn’t care about the machine.

Smaller devices have been an increasing or might be the biggest part of Apple’s revenue, Apple fans are worried that the Mac desktops might eventually fall or even worse, stop the production of the machine. In 2010, Apple held an event that emphasized the focus on the Mac and the OS X, but in this years’ event, it was mainly for the MacBook line which is inspired by the iOS and iPad.

One comment

  1. Barrie Bernheim
    March 25, 2013 at 2:50 pm

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