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Apple Hints at New Devices Ready to Utilise New OS

With Apple’s plans to release its new operating systems OS X Yosemite and iOS8 at the end of this year, it only seems fitting that the release some new devices too.

These rumoured devices are said to be a 12-inch Retina MacBook Air, 4K desktop Mac and four, yes, FOUR iPhone 6 variants.

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According to 9to5Mac the new MacBook will include a Retina Display that is approximately 12-inches diagonally and will include a much thinner and slightly lighter aluminium body. However it is currently uncertain if this machine will be a smaller MacBook Pro, or a new MacBook Air.

Apple are also planning to improve on the display of its current desktop Macs by introducing 4K resolution, no doubt to better suit the new OS X Yosemite. Yosemite itself is designed to make the most of colourful icons, have thinner text, and sharper window corners.

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A source for 9to5Mac said “Those interface elements appear especially optimized on higher-resolution screens, so it makes sense for us to debut new Retina Macs around the time of Yosemite’s release,”

We all know by now that Apple were planning to release two size variants of the new iPhone 6, one with a 4.7 inch screen and the other, a larger 5.5 inch model. Well, now there seems to be rumours of four iPhone 6 model variants including the two size differences for the iPhone 6 and then the two sizes again for the iPhone 6c. All ripe and ready for iOS8!