Once again, Google has given away some of the goodies we will see at Apple's event later today, with the 13 inch MacBook Pro with Retina display showing up on the Apple website following a search. (This happened before the iPhone 5 event, too.) To go along with its "little" theme, alongside the iPad Mini, the company was expected to unveil these smaller MacBooks as well, said the rumorers, pointing to alleged photos leaked on a Chinese forum. Our tech whisperers were right, as the Apple website doesn't lie. Fast Company's Noah Robischon first tweeted out the evidence of the 13-inch MacBook Pros. And clicking through to Apple.com leads us to a "We'll Be Back" sign, indicating that they are updating the site with the new inventory. From the search it looks like the price ranges from $1,200 to $2,800, but besides the shrunk down Retina screen, we don't get much else. We'll get the full details at the event later today.
Update 10:32 a.m.: No new real information, but 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman says he has the specs on those laptops. They are as follows:
- 2.5 GHz, 128GB of Flash storage, 8GB of RAM
- 2.5 GHz, 256 GB of Flash storage, 8GB of RAM
- 2.9 GHz, 512GB of Flash storage, 8GB of RAM
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