Apple rumored to be working on 12-inch MacBook and 4K-capable desktop

Apple reportedly working on a 4K-capable desktop Mac, as well as a new 12-inch MacBook.

| Jul 24, 2014 at 2:29 am CDT

Apple should be unveiling some hardware refreshes in the near future, something that will include a new 12-inch MacBook and 4K-capable iMac according to 9to5Mac. The 12-inch MacBook would feature a high-res display, but just how many pixels we don't know yet.

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The new MacBook will be thinner and lighter, which would see it placed somewhere between the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro in terms of weight. The new laptop will run off of an Intel CPU, unlike previous rumors that the machine would be powered by the Apple-made A8 processor. Apple has reportedly put a lot of faith behind this new 12-inch MacBook, thinking it will be a big jump forward for the laptop industry.

When it comes to the iMac side of things, we should expect a new 4K-capable desktop to be unveiled by the company in the future. This new machine should arrive with the new version of OS X, Yosemite.

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