Inside the next generation MacBook Proby Anand Lal Shimpi on June 11, 2012 1:32 PM EST
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- WWDC 2012
Intel Core i7 (Ivy Bridge)
Up to 768GB SSD
Up to 16GB of RAM
Up to 7 hours of battery life, 30 days of standby
802.11n (3x3:3) and BT 4.0
Asymmetric fan blades to provide a seemingly quieter experience.
More details and specs here.
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Mr. Pedantic - Tuesday, June 12, 2012 - linkWhy can't you just put everything about the one product in the one article?
Mr. Pedantic - Tuesday, June 12, 2012 - linkAs an elaboration, you now have 6 articles about the same MacBook Pro, 3 about OS X Mountain Lion, and 9 (NINE!) about iOS 6. All in the space of about...oh, 3 hours?
extide - Tuesday, June 12, 2012 - linkThese are not articles, they are news items in the pipeline.
One1Byke - Wednesday, June 13, 2012 - linkI'm sold on the SSD as the main OS X/ Applications drive.
But, for audio processing, an internal SSD/HDD combo is a Perfect Combination - given the limitations on write speeds for SSDs (as far as I knew...) I saw the specks that stated 400-500Mb/sec write speeds on the new SSDs in the Retina Display Macs, but I'm wondering if there is still an opportunity to install an OWC-style (thanks, OWC!) OptiDrive Bay for an HDD.
Thanks for the information. I have the 1680X1050 as well. I think I'll wait a cycle.