New Mac specs leaked ahead of WWDC

With mere hours to go we may already have the specs about to be unveiled by Apple

It’s looking increasingly certain that a new range of MacBooks and Mac Pros will be announced at Apple’s WWDC later today. If you want to be surprised, look away now – otherwise here’s the word on what we can expect.

According to 9to5mac’s reliable sources there will be four new MacBook Pros. They will start at 2.5GHz dual core processors for the two 13.3in models and go up to 2.7GHz quad core for the larger 15.4in versions. Also rumoured to be launching at WWDC is a refreshed range of Mac Pros – they'll come in 3.2GHz quad core and 2.4GHz 12-core versions (with 12GB RAM), both with ATI Radeon 5770 graphics, as well as a server version at 3.2GHz quad core.

We’re also hoping to see Retina Display toting MacBooks, a 15in MacBook Air and a more affordable MacBook Air. Check back at the times shown here to find out what we get.

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