Yesterday, it was reported that Apple is preparing to release thinner MacBook Pro models with Retina displays. The new MacBook Pros will reportedly also include ports for the MagSafe power connector, two USB ports, and audio in/out jacks along the left side, with a battery level indicator also included along the same side. The right side is said to offer a pair of Thunderbolt ports, another USB port, an SD card slot, and a Kensington lock slot. It was also reported that iMacs will be receiving the Retina display too.
9to5Mac now reports that Apple is planning to bring Retina displays to the MacBook Air as well, with that upgrade being the most significant change for the next-generation line. The report also suggests that the chance of new MacBook Airs being announced at WWDC 2012 next month is unlikely. This is because Apple is still working to meet the Retina display’s power requirements within the MacBook Air’s thin form factor.
Once again, this is all speculation until Apple confirms. So, take it with a grain of salt.