Apple’s plans to go ‘Back to the Mac‘ were a little incomplete, with respect to our expectations for the event. Although, most of the rumors related to the event, turned out to be true. In what may be ‘believable‘ claim, Digitimes, a Taiwanese publication has reported that Apple may launch a ‘slightly redesigned’ upgrade to it’s existing line of MacBook Pros and iMac, as per the “upstream component makers“.
According to the reports,”Apple plans to launch ‘Atleast four upgraded MacBook Pros‘ with slight change in chassis design & an upgrade to the new Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and ‘an iMac‘ that features a new panel size and a price point for the mainstream market”.
As per the sources:
The sources believe that Apple should have no trouble achieving notebook shipments of 10 million units in 2010. The upgraded MacBook Pro notebooks will feature a slight change in chassis design and an upgrade to the new Lion operating system, which should help Apple’s notebook shipments grow 30-40% on year in 2011.
The rumors are certainly believable since the iMac was updated in back July 2010 while Apple updated MacBook Pro in April 2010, and the updates could soon see the light in the first half of 2011.
Apple’s notebook shipments are expected to grow 30-40 percent in 2011 and the upgrade is expected someday before the last week of June, 2011.
We will keep you updated as we come across more updates and reliable rumors.
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