Rumor: Apple to Update Nearly Entire Mac Lineup at WWDC 2012
By on June 5th, 2012

It seems that 9to5Mac has somehow been able to get their hands on the announcements for next week. Even though they may turn out to be true, it should be noted that it is all *speculation* until Apple confirms it. Now, 9to5Mac reports that Apple will update nearly all of its Mac products at next weeks Worldwide Developers Conference. The report suggests that Apple will update ”at least four” out the company’s five Mac families.

Recent rumors have suggested that the MacBook Pro will receive a significant upgrade, with a slimmer form factor. Apple’s iMac lineup and MacBook Air lineup are also probably going to receive an update. The report also suggests that the MacBook Airs and MacBook Pro will offer the Retina display. iMacs have also been rumored to receive the Retina display.

9to5Mac also says that the Mac Mini will also receive an update and possibly the Mac Pro too. The report also suggests that Apple may also introduce new and updated accessories along with the new Macs.

Sounds like next week is going to be expensive.

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