Digital Daily is reporting that Shaw Wu, a research analyst for Kaufman Bros. suspects that Apple may refresh both their Mac Pro and MacBook Air product lines, while launching the much rumored “iTunes.com”, at WWDC. In an inspired bit of entrail reading this morning, Kaufman Bros. analyst Shaw Wu says Apple may have a libretto […]
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Mac Pro, MacBook Air, and iTunes.com Refreshes and Release To Be Seen at WWDC?

Digital Daily is reporting that Shaw Wu, a research analyst for Kaufman Bros. suspects that Apple may refresh both their Mac Pro and MacBook Air product lines, while launching the much rumored “iTunes.com”, at WWDC.

In an inspired bit of entrail reading this morning, Kaufman Bros. analyst Shaw Wu says Apple may have a libretto of big WWDC announcements. “Other announcements we are picking up that could potentially be made are iTunes.com, a web-based version of its iTunes client, and new Mac refreshes with faster processors and graphics, namely the Mac Pro and MacBook Air, which were last refreshed in March and June 2009, respectively,” he wrote in a note to clients this morning.

Wu offers no evidence to back up his claims, however, it doesn’t seem to far fetched to expect either of the hardware updates at WWDC, or at least the week thereof. Both the Mac Pro and MacBook Air are long overdue for a refresh.

As for the “iTunes.com” cloud based thing, it too seems more fitted to be introduced in the fall at Apple’s music event. Besides, there are rumors floating around of a cloud-based AppleTV on the horizon. It would make more sense to save all of these entertainment product launches rounded up for, you know, an entertainment event, not a developers conference.

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