People who have been considering buying a new MacBook may want to wait to see the new line of computers Apple has coming out, as a KGI research analyst told AppleInsider that Mac lovers could see a 13.3-inch version of the MacBook Pro with Retina display in the near future. For those with old versions lying around that they want to use again, MacBook repair could be a great way to revive an old computer that just needs a little bit of love.
Ming-Chi Kuo, the KGI analyst, said the new MacBook will be released in October, with production likely to begin in September, the source reported. He said the new, smaller version would feature Intel's Ivy Bridge processor and HD 4000 graphics.
“The smaller screen size and lack of discrete graphics card would probably cut the price of the 13-inch version, possibly getting under the magic $2,000 price point,” ZDNet said on the new device. “Considering that Kuo says that Apple will only have a 'moderate' amount of 300,000 new 15-inch MacBook Pros available this month, a smaller, less expensive version could help juice overall sales for the new machines.”
Whether you have the old MacBook or are looking to buy the new one, MacBook repair is there to help make sure the device stays in great working condition.