At this point, we all know that Apple is going to reveal iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 at WWDC. It's right on Apple's announcement (www.apple.com/wwdc), so it's pretty much a lock at this point. No surprises here. But then, what everybody is wondering is: will there be any surprises at WWDC? What will they be? In April 23 Q2 earnings call, Tim Cook hinted that new amazing hardware would be unveiled in the fall. He said nothing about summer. That doesn't necessarily mean that new products won't arrive during the summer, but we should not expect something groundbreaking. The conclusion is that there might be some new product unveiled during WWDC 2013, but it probably won't be the iPhone 5S, the iPad 5, or the iPad Mini 2. There are rumors that Apple may release the next-generation laptops during WWDC 2013, following the release of Intel Haswell processors, a few days earlier. But reports are confusing. We don't know for sure which processors will be released in June, and the exact roadmap of release of Haswell processors. And we also don't know if Apple will use the first Haswell processors that will be available due to the existence of the USB 3.0 glitch Intel reported. If new laptops are released, what will they be? Will Apple choose to refresh the cMBP line or will it discontinue it? Will the MBA get a retina display? Besides that, other hardware may be released. The Mac Pro doesn't get a real upgrade in years. The iMac and the Mac Mini might also get an update, but that's more unlikely because the latest versions have been released more recently. So, what will it be? What do you realistically THINK Apple is going to release this WWDC in terms of laptops?