Rumors about new MacBook Pros crop up every year, shortly before WWDC (the Worldwide Developers Conference). But don't get your hopes up just yet. According to the rumors, MacBook Pro upgrades will mostly be speed bumps, through the use of new Haswell-based Intel processors and graphics. Unless Apple is even better at keeping secrets than we think, there won't be any big surprises. No conversion to an all-Retina lineup, no faster Wi-Fi, no Thunderbolt ports. The non-Retina MacBook Pros were last updated in June 2012; the Retina versions of the MacBook Pro were introduced in October 2012 and refreshed in February 2013. Will Apple release another non-Retina version of the older MacBook Pros, or delay updating them until it's ready to release new versions of the current Retina MacBook Pros? We'll just have to wait and see.
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