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Leaked Apple Part Sheet Shows Majority of Mac Lineup Receiving Refresh at WWDC

by Brandon Russell | June 6, 2012June 6, 2012 9:53 am PST

WWDC 2012Christmas is coming early if you’re an Apple fan. In addition to the leaked Mac Pro part numbers from yesterday, 27 more part numbers have been outed for the Australian market, and 13 are expected to be new Mac models; the other 13 (plus a new Airport Express) are listed as “standalone kits,” suggesting accessories are inbound as well.

Part numbers listed as “D2” allegedly indicated a pair of new computers in the $2,000 and $3,000 range (all prices are Australian dollars), representing new 15-inch MacBook Pro models. The J30 and J31 may represent iMacs falling in the $1,000—$1,999 range for the lower-end, with the top model topping $2,000 — the expected pricing matches up the current iMac pricing.

Apple’s new MacBook Air models are said to be represented by J11 and J13. A matrix of information culled together by 9to5Mac indicates that the upcoming Air models will fall in the $1,099—$1,249 range for the 11-inch, and $1,349-$1,689 for the 13-inch.

Further down the part matrix is what are expected to be accessories ranging from a USB 3.0 Super Drive, to a USB 3.0 Ethernet adapter, 9to5Mac said. In addition — and fans will want all the confirmation they could get — three new Mac Pro models are listed, ranging in price from $2,999 all the way up to $4,599. Yikes.

Unfortunately, no specs are included in the part leak, so it’s hard to say if something like the MacBook Pro will get the Retina display treatment. However, what’s coming looks cut and dry. Now we just need to hear it from Apple when WWDC kicks off next Monday.

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[via 9to5Mac]

Brandon Russell

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