MacBook Pro 2013 features are still undisclosed by Apple but the recently released iMacs hinted on some of the possible features of the company's laptop.
It seems that MacBook Pro 2013 with Haswell processor is coming very soon as tech giant Apple quietly announced new iMacs. Apple officially announced new iMac PCs this week that features the latest Haswell processors from Intel, new GPU, wifi receivers and faster storage options.
Reports claimed that the MacBook Pro 2013 release date will happen on October 15 alongside other Apple products like iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2. French Web site MacGeneration sparked the rumour when they ran a report stating that the Cupertino-based company is planning an "event" on the said date.
The newly-released iMacs hinted on the possible specs of MacBook Pro 2013. One of the highly anticipated features of the new MacBook Pro laptop is the new Intel Haswell processor. The new iMac is powered by this new processor that made a lot of people to speculate that it will also be included in the upcoming MacBook Pro 2013.
The Haswell processor will be paired with a graphics CPU. Just like the new iMacs, the low end MacBook Pro will boot an Iris Pro GPU. The high end Apple laptop will pack a more powerful NVIDIA GeForce 700.
Just like the iMacs, the MacBook Pro 2013 will feature faster storage options. Also, it is very likely that the consumers may able to purchase a laptop with 1TB storage.
It is expected that the MacBook Pro 2013 will come with the new OS X Mavericks announced last June. This new Mac OS will include multiple-monitor support, power-user features in Finder, a faster Safari, Maps and iBooks apps, and a redesigned Calendar application.
Last week, alleged benchmarks of MacBook Pro 2013 surfaced. Based on the document, MacBook Pro will pack the new Intel Haswell processor, Thunderbolt 2 GPU, 4K screen resolution, OS X Mavericks and longer battery life.
However, Apple has not commented yet on the rumours on MacBook Pro 2013 release date, specs and features.