Apple to debut slimmer Retina MacBook Pro with upgraded camera at WWDC, analyst says

Apple to debut slimmer Retina MacBook Pro with upgraded camera at WWDC, analyst says

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Along with an expected CPU upgrade to Intel's Haswell silicon, Apple will introduce a slimmed down 13-inch Retina display MacBook Pro with a higher quality iSight camera, as well as a slightly tweaked MacBook Air, at its upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, one analyst says.    ...
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