Apple's Global Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held on June 10, 2013, and many people are starting to speculate on what new products and technologies Apple will launch at the conference. KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo, in a new report, predicted the highlights of the Apple Global Developers Conference (WWDC), noting that Apple will launch its new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air notebook, which is expected to carry Intel's newest Haswell processor. Sources from Ming-chi Kuo and others say Apple will expand its new model in mid-May.
In anticipation of the new MacBook Pro model, Kuo said in a previous forecast that the new Apple MacBook Pro laptop, released on WWDC, would use non-retinal technology to replace thinner and more expensive models using retinal technology. Kuo said the non-retina MacBook Pro laptop would continue to be popular, especially with a 13-inch model, which would allow Apple to continue to increase production of the non-retina lineup.
Contrary to our previous predictions, we now think that Apple will continue to be MacBook Pro, as well as a MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptop with retinal technology, because 13-inch MacBook Pro is the most popular in the MacBook lineup. Moreover, there are emerging markets-the optical drive market, the Internet penetration rate is not advanced.
Kuo claims that the new model of non-retina MacBook Pro will be listed quickly after Apple WWDC, taking into account the bottleneck in the production of the display, the use of retinal technology, MacBook Pro is a slow time to market.
As for the MacBook Air,kuo, the new model will be displayed and introduced on the WWDC, and will soon be listed. He predicts that Apple is unlikely to add a Retina screen to the new lineup. And he thinks that cost, thickness and output will make the retina screen out of the Apple's Low-cost, ultra-thin notebook lineup.