Macbook Pro 2012 is going to be a reality pretty soon. People are awaiting its launch with bated breath. People are hoping that the latest line of Macbook Pro will be substantially better and improved than the existing Macbooks available in the market.
There are several expectations from the forthcoming Macs. A report suggests that the gadget will come with a retina display. For Apple this will not be something new. It has already brought retina display in its latest tablet iPad 3 and there is no reason to discount the possibility of Macbook Pro coming out with it.
But if Macbook Pro 2012 comes with retina display it means that its display quality will be several times better than the existing one. A retina display will provide Macbook Pro 2012 a resolution of 2880-by-1800.
Meanwhile rumor mills are working overtimes regarding the launch of Macbook Pro. There are several inconsistencies in the account of rumor mongers. The default resolution of the 15-inch MacBook Pro, for example, is 1440-by-900, which means if Digtimes were correct, Apple would be doubling the pixels per inch (ppi) included in the notebook’s display to 220ppi. Though this is difficult for any company, but for Apple it is simply not impossible
With iPad 3’s retina display, I am sure things are not as illogical to hope for a retina display in Macbook pro 2012 as well. But can they replicate iPad 3’s success in Macbook Pro as well. I am sure that guys in Apple are more capable than anyone else to accomplish it without any hitch.
In the meantime reports have suggested that the new Macbook Pro 2012 will come with a thinner body. Though it is still not clear, but all indications suggest the same. Leaks from Cupertino based tech giant suggest that the re-designed MacBook pro is expected to come with a lighter case that is slightly thicker than the MacBook Air, but it will be a lot lighter than the current MacBook Pro.
Another great piece of news is the fact that Macbook Pro 2012 will be coming with Intel Ivy Bridge. Chip giant Intel is going to shrink its chip microarchitecture to a 22-nanometer process, using 3D transistors. Intel claims that it will double the power efficiency of the processor. This is also going to improve the battery life of the product itself.