A previous rumor on the site stated that a 12" retina MBP was in the works. Another rumor stated that a 12" tablet is also rumored to be in the works. I have a different theory based on that info..that the 12" macbook pro will instead be a convertible tablet. I haven't heard this theory anywhere else, but it could make a lot of sense. 1. there is a Y series processor that intel sells that is even lower power than the one used in the macbook air, but better than an atom processor. It would be perfect for a tablet. Apple currently doesn't use this in any of it's products. 2. The best tablet/laptop design, i think, is having a physical keyboard with a large battery as the laptop portion with a removable tablet serving as the screen. Apple loves magnets, so I'd expect them to use magnets to hold it in place. They could use similar tech from the magsafe charger, so that taking it off sideways is easy and it is firmly in place when pushed upwards. 3. Since it runs an intel processor, it can handle OSX. Have it run OSX when docked, and seamlessly switch to iOS when undocked. Due to the overlap in functionality of most programs between 10.9 and ios 7, as well as the ios-ification of OSX recently, it is certainly possible to allow both OS to share data. So, you could use pages in OSX, and then go straight into Pages in iOS, accessing the same document. I also assume that iOS can be, either virtualized or run natively on intel chips, like their strategy when they went from PowerPC to x86. If done correctly, I think that this could be a great product.