MacBook Pro to receive SSD and instant-on upgrade?
Apple’s new MacBook Pro is set to launch in the UK on March 1st new reports suggest, with the leading laptop to feature Intel’s next-gen core technology, Sandy Bridge.
Delayed slightly due to a design flaw in the Sandy Bridge hardware that resulted in a mass Intel recall, Apple is reported to be targeting a March 1st arrival as web blog Apple Insider claims “a person familiar with the matter” confirms the new range will go live within two weeks.
That latest arrival predictions and leaks fit with reports that appeared last week courtesy of MacRumours which also touted a March 1st arrival for the updated hugely popular Apple computer.
Although yet to be confirmed it is expected that the new MacBook Pro arrival will sport a few design changes to bring the device more in-line with its MacBook Air brethren. Whilst the inclusion of Solid State Drives and possible instant-on technology top many people’s hit lists, it is unknown whether the Pro’s increased power requirements would allow for such additions.