If the new 15in Retina Display MacBook Pro is just a little bit too big for you, help is at hand – Apple is set to release a 13in version of its flagship notebook in September.
That's according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who shared an investors' note with AppleInsider. Kuo reckons that you'll need to get in early if you want to get your hands on the smaller Retina Display MacBook Pro, though – the demand may outstrip the supply of components for Apple's high resolution display.
Kuo also predicts a long-overdue refresh to the iMac line in September – presumably adding Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, since Apple's all-in-one PC is still packing Sandy Bridge.
If true, it'll be a busy September for Apple – it's also rumoured to be releasing the iPhone 5 that month, too.