Almost all of devices that Apple currently offers is anticipated to have an update in the WWDC kick-off on Monday, according to 9to5Mac. The iMac, Pro and Air, are allegedly scheduled for an update in under a week, together with either the Pro or Mac mini. This will come with the anticipated demonstrations of iOS6 and OS X Mountain Lion, yet as always, the Cupertino, California-based company has never verified these rumors.
Only a few details for these hardware updates, but it surely will make sense for Apple to upgrade the devices to the new Ivy Bridge processors by Intel. A couple of reports already came out that Apple would definitely hold off until June to include Ivy Bridge to the Macs because of the Ivy Bridge shipping and delivery schedule.
If any of these are true, it could be one of the greatest Mac roll-outs Apple has ever attempted to do.
From the reports that rolled-out last April, the Pro line could possibly go quad-core in the first batch of Ivy Bridge Processors, and both Pro and Air line could have a display update increasing the PPI up to the retinal level. Apparently, no reports can be seen that updates would extend to iMacs and Mac Mini’s, maybe up until now, no body knows whether they could also get the display upgrade or not.
The Pro line hasn’t been updated for like two years now and some users are worrying that Apple might phase-out the device in the near future.