The Intel "Iris" HD 5200 (GT3e) seems to have performance on par with a discrete GPUs (especially the GeForce 650M in the current rMBP line-up), I'm thinking about if Apple will remove the dGPU? Of course, the rMBPro will loose its "pro" on paper. People will think (and complain) about such an expensive laptop would not have a discrete GPU, even though the HD5200 would perform just as good as a discrete GPU. Removing the dGPU would allow Apple to make the rMBP even thinner (as the Iris requires less cooling than the 650M). Remember, we don't have exact benchmarks of the HD5200 yet, but if Intel's numbers are correct (which they should be, as Intel used 3DMark as benchmark, not some home-made software that will make it look better), but if it really is on par with the 650M. I don't know about the new 750M, but as other has pointed out, it sounds just like a rebranded 650M with little performance gains. What do you think? Will Apple remove the dGPU, or will they upgrade it to (maybe) the 750M? I don't think they would shift to AMD graphics - they simply run too hot for that small casing.