They say there are signs that take place in the present that point to changes in the unforeseen future. Low inventory and a series of leaked SKUs seem to suggest an image makeover of Apple’s MacBooks at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Apple’s MacBooks show evidence of a radical change regarding their image. This surprise would most likely take place at the WWDC which is all set to occur on June 10th. This was judged partly from the low inventory at Apple this year as well as certain revelations regarding a few SKUs. These belong to the MacBook Air and are expected to arrive in two screens of diametrically opposed dimensions as well as twin formats. The rumors are rife and the air is filled with suspense. There are those who say that the samples could be a Pro with Retina but the probable choice would be the MacBook Air since it is very famous. Meanwhile, nearly all of the line of notebooks by Apple is under duress so there could be an overhaul across the board. We will just have to wait and keep fingers crossed. There is a sea change in the atmosphere and it will hopefully be seen at the upcoming WWDC. Apple did introduce new stuff at the selfsame conference the previous year and it will most likely do so this year too.
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Basically, a first batch of four SKUs was leaked out in the beginning. According to 9to5Mac, two out of four are Better-USA codes MD711LL/A, MD760LL/A and other two are Best-USA models with codes MD712LL/A, MD761LL/A. Then a second set of three SKUs got to see the light of day. These are ME177LL/A, ME182LL/A, ME918LL/A which are Better, Best and Good — USA models accordingly. This has given rise to speculation and all the clues point to a radical change. This year, consumers could most likely expect spanking new Mac Pros on the scene. Then the iOS7 too could configure in the menu of details. The trend of sleeker and simpler models can be taken to an extreme. Who knows? It all lies locked away in Apple’s secret labs or in the collective imagination of the users who are eager and enthusiastic to get their hands on the refreshed articles.
It has become a style of many large organizations to allow a sneak peek of their latest line of products and then fully expose them one fine day. The white opaque cloth covering the product is uncovered and the discovery is a delightful experience indeed. The Xbox One followed a similar story and so did Google Glass. With Apple’s MacBooks this teaser campaign may build up the seduction to blue heat. Whatever the case, the conference is just a week away and so the wait will soon be over.
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