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Report: New MacBook Pros still coming this month w/ USB-C & no MagSafe, 11-inch Air to be discontinued

Just as doubt was beginning to surround whether or not Apple was still on track to release new MacBook Pros this month, a new report from Macotakara this evening brings some reassurance. The report claims that Apple will still announce and release a new lineup of MacBook Pros this month, and offers up some details… more… Filed under: Apple
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