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Apple Reportedly Releasing New MacBook and 6th Generation iPad in 2014

The Cupertino company is expected to reveal the next models of MacBook and iPad in the next year

Oct 12 2013, 11:58pm CDT | by

Apple Reportedly Releasing New MacBook and 6th Generation iPad in 2014
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Kuo, a renowned analyst, predicts that the tech giant is working on a new 12” MacBook containing a higher resolution display and the next version of iPad-the 9.7” sixth generation model with higher resolution than the present model of Retina display.

According to Apple Insider, Kuo has stated that Apple is busy with the development of a large number of major devices which are expected to be released in the next year.

Kuo expects that the new MacBook will bring a “redefine computing once again following the milestone created by the MacBook Air.” He has called the new 12” MacBook as “ultra-slim clamshell form factor.” However, he believes that the device will be equipped with a usual Intel processor rather than Apple’s A1 chip.

The analyst also states that the upcoming model of iPad will have a far better screen resolution than the present version. However, he doesn’t think that the device will come up with the much speculated 12” display.

With a strong track record of unveiling Apple’s next products with perfection, Kuo is expected to make his prediction true once again.

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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