Apple’s 2014 in Rumors: Big Changes for Mac and a Sharper iPad


I ask myself – how much do I use what I already have? This does keep me grounded. My love for Apple keeps me in amazement (I’m a newbie with a laptop!) but you just can’t beat their customer service.

This is a great article about possible upcoming features that can be a great benefit to the business industry.

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We’ve written before about KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s track record with Apple rumors. He’s one of the rare analysts whose Apple predictions are accurate most of the time, so it’s worth paying attention when Kuo says what to expect from Apple in 2014.

As relayed by 9to5Mac, Kuo’s latest research note talks about a big shift for the Mac product line, plus a sharper display on the next iPad.

Here’s a rundown:

  • A new type of MacBook is reportedly on the way, with a 12-inch Retina display. Kuo says it’ll be thinner and lighter than a MacBook Air, with a new design and an Intel chip. There’s no word on what would become of the MacBook Air, but it’s hard to imagine the product line sticking around if Apple launches a more portable MacBook with a higher-resolution display. We may find out in the second or third…

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