- Ivy Bridge spec bumps for the entire Mac lineup, plus the new Xeons for the Mac Pro. No retina displays or new form factors.
- They'll show Mountain Lion again, but there won't be much new there
- iOS 6 with new non-Google maps, Facebook integration, possibly (hopefully!) Siri API access. All those TBA developer sessions will be about natural language if I'm right about Siri APIs.
- New iPhone that looks just like all the leaks, with a longer 4-inch display and redesigned body, and ditching the dock connector for a much smaller redesigned one, possibly based on Thunderbolt. Apple is returning to the Announce in June, release shortly afterwards model that every iPhone had prior to the 4S delay.
Wow, I'm already off on my first prediction thanks to Apple's awesomenes. 2880x1800 on a 15" screen, jesus christ.
Yeah, that looks pretty sweet. I have my doubts about a 650M being able to drive that though. The old MBP would chug pretty bad on a 2560x1440 display. I imagine something like D3 being a slideshow at native res similar to the way it is on my 13" MBP.
I feel like you'd need a dual GPU card to drive that kind of display for anything other than desktop graphics. If you're playing a game you are going to have to run at 1440x900.
The old 15" with a 256GB SSD added in is more expensive than the stock model of the new 15", which comes with a 256GB SSD as the lowest possible configuration. And if you don't need an SSD, why are you spending MacBook Pro money in first place?
So yeah, they could have killed the old 15" for all that I care. The 13" MBP still makes sense to keep around, it's their cheapest usable laptop (shipping laptops with 128GB SSDs is a joke).