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Report: MacBooks Expected to Be WWDC Highlight This Year

MacBook Pro with Retina DisplayApple once again delighted notebook owners with the debut of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display at WWDC 2012, and at least one analyst believes Cupertino will do the same again this year.

MacRumors reported Sunday that the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models are expected to be a highlight of the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference this year, which kicks off in San Francisco on June 10.

According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple appears likely to introduce new models powered by Intel’s latest Haswell architecture. While this revelation is hardly a surprise, Kuo claims the company will also continue to push its older non-Retina notebooks, which he previously marked for death.

“Contrary to our previous projection, we now think Apple will continue to make the MacBook Pro alongside the MacBook Air and Retina MacBook Pro because the 13-inch MacBook Pro remains the most popular product in the MacBook line,” Kuo said in a new report to investors. “Also, there is still demand in emerging markets, where Internet penetration isn’t advanced, for optical disk drives.”

While the “wow” factor is likely to be on faster and more capable MacBook Pro with Retina Display models, refreshed versions of the non-Retina MacBook Pro are expected to ship soon after WWDC, while the new Retina-equipped models could ship “somewhat later” as the result of production delays with the high-resolution display.

While an upgrade also appears to be in the cards for the MacBook Air, Kuo cautions that it’s unlikely to receive the Retina bump in time for WWDC as Cupertino continues to enjoy high margins on the Pro models.

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AppShopper Returns to iPhone, This Time with Social Angle

AppShopper SocialAmidst all the gloom and doom over AppGratis being kicked out of the App Store, one beacon of light has appeared for app discovery services thanks to the return of AppShopper.

AppShopper announced in a blog post Monday that its free iPhone app has made a triumphant return to the App Store, reborn as AppShopper Social. As you may recall, Apple booted the original AppShopper back in December for running afoul of its developer guidelines, similar to the AppGratis saga that recently unfolded.

AppShopper’s return is made possible by the inclusion of social networking features, which adds a Twitter-powered Friend Stream on top of the core app discovery feature. Users can share items on their wish list with friends, with both parties able to see what the other is rating as well.

The good news is that most of the original AppShopper core features are also present in AppShopper Social, which is an entirely new app and not an update to the original version. In addition to Wish List and My App tabs, users can receive push notifications and/or emails notifying them of updates and price changes for their favorite apps.

A few things are still missing, namely native iPad support, which is promised for a forthcoming universal update. “What’s New” and “Top 200″ charts are also missing for now, but could also return with a future version.

AppShopper Social is now available from the App Store as a free download, and finally supports the larger display of the iPhone 5, as well as other devices running iOS 5.0 or later.

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