Apple MacBook fans will be excited to hear that more proof is discovered that supports the rumor that the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro exists.
One thing that has always been an excellent source of hinting at possible new MacBook models is the result gotten from the Geekbench database. For example, this yeah in the month of May, the Geekbench results showed a machine that was dubbed MacBook Pro 9.1; this later turned out to be the much hyped non-Retina display display 15-inch MacBook Pro model. It was confirmed the very next month. Another entry dubbed iMac 13.2 also appeared in the result which is expected to be an updated iMac.
About a month ago, the Geekbench results had an entry title MacBook Pro 10.2. This machine suggested the computer to be a 13-inch version of the MacBook Pro that has a Retina display. The existence of this machine had been rumored since October. A machine title MacBook Pro 10.1 was also found in the results and it is expected to tbe 15-inch version of the same machine.
Now another MacBook Pro 10.2 has been found which further supports the existence of a 13-inch version of the MacBook Pro.
You can see the processor and board specifications from the image above. Specs and scores match the previous results to a great degree including the Geekbench results score which is nearly 7800. However the new machine features a custom 12A2066 build of the unreleased OS X 10.8.1.
It seems that the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display is going to be revealed this holiday season, along with Apple’s other products.