Report: Apple is preparing several next-gen Mac models for Yosemite’s launch this fall


Yosemite, the newest version of OS X, is definitely coming this fall. You can even get in on a public beta version starting Thursday. Apple(s appl) usually releases new Mac hardware to coincide with the launch of its new operating systems, but according to a report from 9to5Mac, this October isn’t going to only bring minor spec bumps, but Apple is going to revamp several models. Apple is reportedly prepping a “smaller MacBook” that is likely the 12-inch Retina Macbook Air, an iMac with a higher resolution screen and perhaps even an external display running at 4K resolution.

None of these rumored products should come as a surprise to Mac watchers. We’ve been following the saga of the 12-inch Retina Macbook Air since the spring and the most recent supply chain reports pointed to production starting now for a release this October — right in time for the planned Yosemite…

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