MacBook Pro 2013 with Haswell release date is reported to happen in October and more proofs emerged online claiming that this is true.
Most recently, various reports claimed that Apple is already conducting the training to its AppleCare support staff for the upcoming OS X Mavericks release date. According to 9to5Mac, "the support staff will be required to learn about the operating system's new features, installation process, and troubleshooting options for at least six hours over the course of the next few weeks."
After it announcement last June, the new OS X Mavericks is reported to be officially launched in October alongside the announcement of the new MacBook Pro models.
Another proof that MacBook Pro 2013 is coming is because Apple released its refreshed iMacs and MacBook Air lines that hinted the imminent release of Apple's laptop. The former devices also hinted on the possible specs and features of MacBook Pro 2013.
Last week, Japanese Web site Macotakara reported that Apple's supply chain is ready to deliver the components needed for MacBook Pro 2013. The report continued that consumers can expect a new design as well as specs and features on the upcoming MacBook Pro 2013 models, although this rumour is still unconfirmed.
Lastly, various deals and discounts on old MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models were spotted last week. Amazon offered a Laptop Quick Sale on Amazon which offered $50 to $250 discount on different Apple ultrabooks and notebooks.
It is most likely that MacBook Pro 2013 will receive the new Intel's Haswell processor, longer battery life, faster wifi and storage options.
Rumours claimed that MacBook Pro 2013 release date will happen on October 15 alongside other Apple products - iPad 5, iPad Mini 2 and official OS X Mavericks. However, there is still no word from Apple regarding the details of the MacBook Pro 2013.
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