With just over 5 days to go for WWDC 2012, where Apple is expected to unveil at least four new Mac products, AppleInsider has published a list of 27 new part numbers from Apple’s inventory system.
According to AppleInsider, 14 out of those 27 new part numbers appear to be for new Apple products.
9to5Mac has also published a full matrix of the new parts and prices along with their speculation on models matching up with those parts.
As you can see below, based on the part numbers and the pricing, it looks like Apple is planning to refresh MacBook Pros, Mac Pros, iMacs, MacBook Airs and Airport Express.
Apple is expected to launch new Mac products with Intel’s latest-generation Ivy Bridge processors. It is also speculated that MacBook Pros will be thinner and come with Retina Display, however the leaked specifications of a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro suggested that it will come with only minor improvements.
AppleInsider reports that according to their source in Australia, Apple is sending reasonable amount of stock to resellers for next week’s launch.
It remains to be seen if Apple will unveil the new products at WWDC or simply launch them on it’s online and retail stores.
If you’re planning to buy a Mac, then it would be wise to hold off buying it until next week.