A new report from DigiTimes notes that Apple’s supply chain partners in the U.S. expect MacBook orders to grow by 20 percent from the last quarter, hinting at a refresh during the upcoming Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in June.
We’re a little less than six weeks away from WWDC, Apple’s annual conference for software developers. The company typically also announces hardware at the event, and according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, this year’s WWDC will be all about the MacBook family.
When Apple announced the preview of Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion last year, we were hoping that it would also include Siri – Apple’s personal assistant feature. Unfortunately, all we got was the dictation feature.
But it looks like Apple is planning to finally bring Siri to Macs, as a new job listing has revealed that Apple is looking for a Siri UI engineer who will be in charge of implementing the contents that appears in Siri’s conversational view.
Apple first announced OS X Mountain Lion on February 16th, releasing it later in July. If the company were to follow the same release cycle, Mountain Lion’s successor, OS X 10.9 should at least be feature complete by now for a public preview. And if traffic logs were any indication, it seems that the OS is ready to be shown off to tech journalists and the general public any time soon.
When Apple’s CEO Tim Cook revealed in a interview with NBC Rock Center’s Brian Williams that one of the existing Mac lines will be manufactured in the U.S, it was speculated that Mac Pro production will be shifted to the U.S.
If you’ve been waiting to buy the new iMac then we’ve some good news. You may be able to buy one as early as tomorrow.
MacRumors relays a report from Belgium site Belgium-iPhone.Lesoir.be, which claims that according to their sources Apple will be delivering the new 21.5-inch iMacs to premium resellers in Belgium on Wednesday and the 27-inch iMacs are scheduled to be delivered in December.