The landmark Conference of Apple, the Worldwide Developers Conference 2012, kicks off today on June 11. The technology giant, like always, has created a huge deal of anticipation for all its fans and followers. The event is simply the biggest in the technology world and is Apple’s way of showcasing its strategies in innovation. Reports have started to filter out regarding the specs of the upcoming versions of the MacPro and MacBook Pro. According to the latest available news, the configurations that will be available will be as follows:
- The 13.3 inch version having 4GB of RAM, 2.5 GHz dual core processor and 500 GB hard drive ]
- Another variant of 13.3 inch having a 2.9GHz dual core processor and 8GB of RAM along with 750GB of hard drive.
- The 15.4 inch, 2.3 GHz quad core version, having 4GB of RAM and 500 GB of storage.
- 15.4 inch, 8GB of RAM, 2.6GHz quad core processor and 750GB of hard drive (Upgradable to 2.7GHz quad core and 1TB HD).
The Mac Pro will have two versions:
- The normal version of 3.2 and 2.4 GHz quad core and 12-core processors respectively having 1TB hard drive and ATI Radeon 5770 graphics chip.
- The Server configuration, which will have 3.2 GHz quad core processor, two 1TB hard drives and 8GB of RAM.
Also, Airport Express updated and new USB SuperDrive are likely to be introduced alongside the MacBook Pro. The models, however, are not likely to have Retina displays. Whether these live up to the hopes of Apple fans will be seen over the next few days of the Conference.