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Apple to unveil at WWDC new MacBook Pro with Broadwell processors

Until recently the situation with processors fifth generation Intel codenamed Broadwell was not too clear. Now it becomes clear: as it turned out, the company without any loud statements about the new 14-nanometer architecture started the OEM supply of these processors to their customers. Many sellers are ready PCs already offer in their price lists models with Intel Core 5xxxx.

Now nothing prevents Apple to transfer to the new chips their “professional” line of MacBook Pro. According to the calculations MacRumors, the announcement of updated laptops worth waiting for less than a month at the worldwide developers conference of Apple. On the upcoming update, in particular, indicates the increase in terms of current delivery models. At the moment the 15-inch MacBook Pro can be obtained not earlier than in 2-3 weeks from date of order.

Last update 15-inch MacBook Pro was conducted in July 2014. The company from Cupertino these machines are a staple, and unlike those same Mac Pro, laptops the company is trying to update at least once a year. In the past year, the Corporation relocated its laptops with more powerful processors, increased RAM and storage.

Updated the 13-inch model debuted in March. Compact model MacBook Pro with Retina display now features a new trackpad Force Touch, Intel Core 5th generation processors and graphics processors Intel Iris Graphics 6100, flash memory with twice the increased speed and extended battery runtimes.

The source does not preclude debut at WWDC and new iMac models. Updated monoblocks will retain the diagonal of the display-level 21.5 inch and 27-inch, but will get the latest Intel Broadwell.

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In April, Apple played the tickets for WWDC 2015, which will be held in San Francisco from 8 to 12 June. In addition to the presentation of the updated MacBook Pro and iMac at the event is to be held showing the new operating systems iOS 9 and OS X 10.11.

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