Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge update are scheduled to be officially announced and made available on 23 April 2012. The updates will most likely be immediately used to build updated, Air-like MacBook Pros including second-gen Thunderbolt controllers.
However, there are speculations that the next MacBook Pros also have HiDPI, Retina-ready displays? It is conjecture at this point, but we are well-aware Apple has been interested in moving to Retina quality displays in its Mac line for quite some tim. Now a recent comment from Intel VP Kirk Skaugen confirms that Ivy Bridge makes it possible for PC makers to make retina display laptops and computers, “if OEMs choose to use it.”
This means that the next MacBook Pros might not just have slimmer footprints and ditch the optical drives, but pack four times the pixels that would give incredible picture quality.
What do you expect from Retina display Macbook Pros? Post your comments.
Source: Cult Of Mac