Ivy Bridge iMacs as well as MacBooks have prolonged been hinted with many rumors indicating to a summer 2012 proclamation of both lines. One of any strayed online as well as gave divided their indication names as well as a little specifications. iMac 13,2 is suspicion to be a 27-inch iMac since MacBookPro9,1 is an arriving indication for a MacBook Pro lineup. It appears they’re powered by opposite versions of a quad-core Ivy Bridge CPUs. The dual models appeared during Geekbench with their analogous benchmarks.
The arriving iMac 13,2 is powered by a 3.4GHz Intel Core i7-3770. It has 4GB 1600MHz DDR3 for mental recall as well as Mac OS X 10.8 as a handling system. It garnered a sum measure of 12,183 – rounded off a thousand points aloft than a stream line of high-end iMacs. This usually equates to that iMac 13,2 is starting to be in a same high-end league, usually faster. Rumors assume this is a 27-inch iMac everyone’s been articulate about. MacBookPro9,1 is presumably a 13-inch MacBook Pro. The laptop is powered by a 2.7GHz Intel Core i7-3820QM, has 8GB value of 1600MHz DDR3 RAM, as well as runs Mac OS X 10.8. According to Intel, a integrated graphics of 3820QM is 50 percent improved than a Sandy Bridge processors used in a stream line of MacBook Pros. It scored aloft upon Geekbench during 12,252 since it has a incomparable RAM.
The quad-core CPU of MacBookPro9,1 is in subject though. It seems some-more wise to embody a dual-core Ivy Bridge upon a 13-inch laptop. In retrospect, Apple has a story of differentiating 13- in. MacBook Pros by tying them to dual-core. Quad-core processors were instead enclosed in 15-inch as well as 17-inch models. If they pull by with quad-core Ivy Bridge processors for MacBookPro9,1, that leaves MacBook Air upon dual-core variants.
So that a single is removing Retina Display? Apparently, conjunction of them are. A latest gossip suggests a 15-inch MacBook Pro is removing it, not a 13” indication or iMac. In further to Retina Display, a latest 15” MacBook Pro is losing a visual expostulate for a slimmer design. It will adopt a set of keys of a younger brother, MacBook Air, as well as relocating up to USB 3.0 from 2.0.