MacBook Pro 2013 release date is expected to happen on October 22 alongside the announcement of iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2.
It was previously reported that MacBook Pro 2013 will be launched on October 15. However, a report from AllThingsD cited insiders familiar with Apple's plans who claimed that the new MacBook Pro will slip into the market on the 22nd.
This is probably true since Apple is already conducting training to its AppleCare support staff for the OS X Mavericks. The support staff will be trained to learn the new Mac's operating system and its new features, installation process, and troubleshooting options for at least six hours over the course of the next few weeks, according to a report from 9to5Mac.
Below are the five reasons why you should consider buying the upcoming MacBook Pro 2013 on October 22 release date.
Haswell Processor - One of the most awaited features of the MacBook Pro 2013 is Intel's new Haswell processor. This new processor will deliver better performance in the laptop.
Longer Battery Life - A new processor will require longer battery life. The refreshed MacBook Air that was recently released packed with a battery capacity of up to 12 hours.
Faster Wi-Fi - iMacs and MacBook Air now features faster wi-fi, which promises faster connectivity on the device.
Faster and Larger Storage - New Apple products, MacBook Air and iMacs, also feature faster and larger storage. It is most likely that this feature will come in the new MacBook Pro.
OS X Mavericks - MacBook Pro 2013 will run with the OS X Mavericks, which was announced last June at the Worldwide Developers' Conference. It is speculated that the new Mac operating system will be released this month paired with Apple's laptop. Some of the new features such as a new Maps app, a tabbed finder, iBooks, new look to the calendar, improved Safari, iCloud Keychain, multiple displays and more will come to the Mac OS.
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