The Keynote speech for the WorldWide Developer Conference 2012 has come to an end. There were a lot of interesting things that was released and some of them were and eye-opener to many as well. One of the things that were announced was not one, but two lines of MacBook Pro and these are certainly interesting stuffs for many as well.
One of it is the upgraded 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro while the other is a terribly interesting device which is the next-generation Retina Display MacBook Pro. For the upgraded 13-inch and 15-inch MBP, you are looking at up to a quad-core Ivy Bridge Intel Core i7 Processor and the Intel HD Graphics 4000 for the 13-inch MBP while the 15-inch counterpart will be getting the GT 650M graphics card. Some other difference includes a MagSafe2 connector, Thunderbolt ports as well as USB 3.0 ports.
As far as the Retina Display MBP is concerned, it is a 15-inch Retina display laptop which is almost as thin as the MacBook Air but with performance that is quite the same as the 15-inch MBP. This is because you are getting a 0.71 inch laptop with only 4.46 pounds but has the same 7-hour battery life, Core i7 quad-core, NVIDIA GT 650M graphics card and SSD drives at a starting price of $2,199.