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Next MacBook Pros to feature Nvidia graphics?

by Nicole
May 16, 2012 at 2:10 pm

The next generation of MacBook Pros would apparently use Nvidia graphics and Intel Ivy Bridge processors.

According to The Verge, who cites “trusted source,” Cupertino is planning to switch from AMD GPUs to Nvidia graphics in the upcoming MacBook Pro.

Joanna Stern of ABC News confirmed the rumor, adding that the next MacBook Pros are rumored to have slimmer bodies and feature Retina displays.

In addition, a Monday report from Bloomberg stated that Apple is likely to release its new MacBook Pros at the WWDC in June.

The 15-inch MacBook Pros currently use an AMD Radeon HD 6750M card or Radeon HD 6770M card for graphics processing.

There are also reports that the next MacBook Pro will benefit from a major redesign, with an appearance similar to the MacBook Air.

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