But 9to5mac reckons it's got the skinny on plans to give the hardly ancient aluminium unibody MacBooks and MacBook Pros an inner tickle. Word is that means faster processors, more capacious hard drives and even 3G. On top of that there's talk of new versions of Final Cut Pro, Aperture, Logic and Shake.
With the new iPhone a shoo–in for WWDC, this would really give Apple a stack to announce in June. Still, we're not complaining.