MacBook Pro 2013 release date is rumoured to take place on October 22 alongside the launch of iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2. Apple's laptop will pack new killer features.
Tech web site AllThingsD cited unnamed sources familiar with Apple's roadmaps who claimed that Apple products will slip into the market on the 22nd.
Another evidence that MacBook Pro 2013 is coming is the official release of the new Mac OS - OS X Mavericks. 9to5 Mac reported last week that Apple is already conducting training to its AppleCare support staff for the new features and installation of the OS X Mavericks.
MacBook Pro has a large following and an updated version of the laptop are widely demanded by consumers.
Below are the new killer features of the upcoming MacBook Pro 2013.
Sharp IGZO Display - The MacBook Pro 2013 is expected to arrive with IGZO display from Sharp. The IGZO display technology boasts 3840 x 2160 pixels, which is just a little short on being a 4K resolution display. Moreover, it has power saving features compared to the conventional LCD display.
Intel Haswell Processor - Refreshed models of iMacs and MacBook Airs pack the latest Intel Haswell processor. Thus, it is most likely that the new MacBook Pro 2013 will also come with this new and powerful processor.
Touch ID Fingerprint Processor - Apple unveiled the Touch ID biometrics feature in the recently launched iPhone 5S. It is speculated that all upcoming devices of the company will be embedded by this feature for added security. The fingerprint sensor may be embedded on the trackpad of the laptop.
OS X Mavericks - Developers got their hands on the gold master version of the new Mac OS. This is probably to prevent the same problems experienced in the iOS 7 wherein consumers were plagued by issues and problems after they updated.
Longer Battery Life - The new MacBook Air promises at least 12 hours of battery life despite extensive use. The new and improved features of the MacBook Pro 2013 will need a better battery capacity.
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