With the release of Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro equipped with retina display, we were expecting the company to take a bit of a breather and bask in all their fame and glory but it seems to be on quite a roll. News are abounding that the company is trying to develop a smaller version of the MacBook Pro called the MacBook Pro 2013 by the end of the year.
Rumors say that a 13-inch retina screens is the next big step for Apple and its Asian manufacturing partners. Some even went on to say that the laptop is projected to be released by October of this year.
What is more interesting to note is that other news says that the new Macbook Pro model will have better and higher resolution at 227 pixels per inch (PPI) than its bulkier brother which only has 220 PPI. As for the software, leaks say the model will run with the OS X Mountain Lion. It will also have 4GB of RAM. Other than that, it is all in the dark for us.
Despite all the juicy stuff that we have learned for today, all of these are actually just rumours. There have been no confirmations given by Apply or its representatives about any of the rumours. For now, all we can do is wait and see where the tide will take us.