Yesterday at Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference, the company announced quite a few new products. Among those were refreshed versions of both the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. The company also showed off new software in the form of iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion.
One product division that wasn't mentioned was desktop computers. Both the Mac Pro and iMac weren't seen at this year's show. David Pogue of The New York Times has spoken with an Apple executive who wished to remain anonymous who has confirmed that the company's home computer line will be updated some time this year.
Pogue's source confirmed that Apple will be refreshing their desktop computers later on this year. David Pogue's source wouldn't speak to the nature of the update. This means that don't know if the devices will actually be redesigned or would merely receive their semi-annual spec bump.
Since David Pogue broke this story, several other outlets have independently confirmed that Apple will indeed be updating their various personal computers. Both MacWorld and Forbes have posted similar stories. Apple CEO Tim Cook has even spoken on the matter. Cook said