2013 MacBook Pro With Haswell Reportedly Coming This October

2013 MacBook Pro With Haswell Reportedly Coming This October

The world anxiously awaits for Apple to launch 2013 MacBook Pro with Haswell processors. Apple is yet to confirm any specific release timeframe for these refreshed laptops, but it is widely believed that the new lineup is going to come in the very near future. Hot off the rumor mill is a claim that suggests Apple will release 2013 MacBook Pro with Haswell this October.

Apple has already used the Haswell processor in its MacBook Air. Back at WWDC 2013, the company unveiled their new lineup of Air laptops which are based on Haswell ULT. These processors not only bring enhanced computing and graphics processing power, they also bring exceptional battery life enhancements. The 11 inch and 13 inch MacBook Air models now boast 9 and 12 hours of battery life, respectively. Such changes can be expected in 2013 MacBook Pro with Haswell processors as well.

It has already been rumored that these new laptops are currently
being tested. Supposed benchmarks of both the 13 and 15 inch 2013
MacBook Pro models have been posted online. A nominal improvement in
performance is shown. As per the latest rumor, these new laptops are
likely to retain their previous price points, unlike the MacBook Air
which is now cheaper than it used to be. Nothing new is expected on the
design front. It is believed that the Retina MacBook Pro might get a
slimmer profile, some even suggest that Apple might upgrade the FaceTime
camera from HD to full HD.

The October release timeframe does make sense. Apple’s Back to School
program will be underway, not to mention the fact that the holiday
season will just be around the corner. Both instances will help drive
sales. An analyst recently predicted that Apple may sell as many as four
million MacBook Pros in this particular quarter, the jump is expected
to be due to Apple’s promotion as well as the holiday season.


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