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2013 Haswell MacBook Pro joins iMac, starts to ship

This time last week we heard the 2013 iMac was shipping from suppliers with Haswell included, and today our same source has emailed a tip in regard to the 2013 Haswell MacBook Pro. It seems the refresh of Apple’s professional MacBook has also started to ship from the supply line, which ties in with earlier predictions and price drops.

We heard rumors in August about the Haswell MacBook Pro shipping in September 2013. This report arrived from Taiwanese manufacturers that had started to send components for the new hardware, and then they would start assembling the 2013 MacBook Pro for shipping to Apple’s retail destinations before the October event.

The event planned for next month will not only feature a new Haswell MacBook Pro, but also a 2013 iMac, an iPad mini 2 and iPad 5 that might even include a A7 64 bit chip. This would take gaming on tablets to a whole new level with what Apple call “console level graphics”. This will certainly not be the case by the time Xbox One and PS4 launch.

Our source states, “The 2013 MacBook Pro has started to move from the supply chain, this update will include Intel’s new Haswell processor just like you heard with the 2013 iMac. I’m not sure on a release date, but expect the launch window to be within the next 45 days”.

2013 MacBook Pro will include a Retina and Haswell
2013 MacBook Pro will include a Retina and Haswell

Apple’s latest refresh of their laptop line might persuade some people to jump to Mac from PC, although this very topic is one highly debated with a few users jumping to PC after years with Mac. Do you prefer Mac or PC? Let us know in the comments along with your reasons why.

What specs would you like to see on the 2013 MacBook Pro refresh other than Haswell?

Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of product-reviews.net; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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Tonii
Tonii

Need MBP retina 17inch with Haswell And 4k display (ultra hd)!!!!!!

Ryan Doyle
Ryan Doyle

A retina 21.5 inch iMac or a retina 17 inch Macbook Pro would get me excited. Anything else would be pretty boring.

Hansen
Hansen

Why would anyone buy a non servicable, expensive MacBook, lacking great software, designed for binning and total replacement when it fails – which it will – unless ones daughter belives it’s a matter between life and death to have what all the friends have ….

Oh – I am in that latter category unfortunately

GoodScout
GoodScout

My only complaint about the MBP is the graphics card is its weak link. My 15-inch 2010 MBP crapped out in June and without buying AppleCare I was screwed. I may have to tie myself down to an iMac because the MBP just can’t seem to get its video problems solved, even after the embarrassment of the nvidia fiasco.

Adam

Just bought the kids a new 27 inch iMac yesterday and I’m very impressed. I think when the iMac refresh gets here next month I’ll get myself one. This is coming from a 15+ year windows user, who build all his own pcs. If I need gaming I’ll hop on the ps4 or Xbox one which will be on par with current pc graphics anyway. I have no interest in Windows 8.

Alex Lee
Alex Lee

To be honest, 17 inch retina and non retina displays for MacBook Pro, louder and larger speakers to differentiate from 15 inch, and dual hard disk options.

zyzz
zyzz

after windows 95, W98, W XP and W 7 (didnt had Vista) i’m waiting for hasswell IMAC. Simplicity, quality and no problems. At LAST!

James
James

I’ve been a PC user for years, built my own machine and loved it. Now I’m on the market for a laptop. I’ve looked around for Asus, the new Vaio etc. all are amazing computers, but I’ve been playing with my girlfriends MBP for some time now and I have to say I’m really curious about the new MBP coming in the next few months. It’s simple to use, smooth and never have any problems! Some high end PC laptop are much more expensive than the MBPr, so I guess I’ll wait and see in October, to make the switch… Read more »

Mike
Mike

Use both PC and MAC, the only thing I can see missing from the new MAC spec is a realistic price.

Kafi
Kafi

I’ve been a PC user all my life, and I cant wait to change to mac, just waiting for the new one to come…though I really hope the RAM and memory are upgradable

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