I'm predicting the future of 15" rMBP after tons of research and my known Apple knowledge for many years. Discontinuation of 15" cMBP 13" cMBP base model remains for one more year. $200 Price Drop so it becomes $1999 for the base model. Intel Core i7 4700HQ with HD 5200 or i7 4700MQ with HD 4600 I'm split here so it can go both ways. Some argued that having dedicated graphics makes no sense for GT3e in rMBP, but with the high resolution screen, having better integrated GPU might allow having smoother UI at higher scaled resolutions like 1920x1200 rendered as 3840x2400. AMD Radeon HD 8870M/GT750M 1GB GDDR5 as standard for 15" rMBP As many argued, Apple wants to make your computer as obsolete as quickly as possible. So having more than 1GB VRAM is probably a dream. I'm still hoping for NVIDIA cause I'm fed up with AMD's crappy drivers. 16GB Onboard Memory becomes standard If price really drops, 8GB as standard might remain, but if the price remains stagnant, I believe 16GB will be the norm for 15" rMBP. Wireless AC included as standard. Apple is always the frontier for Wireless Standards and it makes sense for them to adopt the Wireless AC standard. Screen improvements. Improved color gamut, better brightness, ghosting issue fixed? 256GB storage will remain the norm for many years to come. Flash storage ain't cheap. Apple is also known for charging exorbitant amounts for their storage so they'll definitely be stingy here. What do you guys think? Does it all seem feasible or it's just a dream that will never happen? If most or all of this predictions come true, expect a major update of the rMBP including the 13" during October at the earliest.