Apple may be planning to switch from AMD GPUs to Nvidia graphics in the new MacBook Pro, expected to launch in June.

A number of reports have emerged confirming the move, quoting ‘trusted sources’ and noting references in the to the Nvidia GeForce GT 650M graphics card in OS X beta code.

9to5Mac claims it has located references to the GeForce GT 650M, which, according to Nvidia, offers incredible dedicated graphics performance for gaming and other tasks, all while apparently being battery-life efficient.

ABC News also says its sources say Apple will move from AMD to Nvidia graphics chips in this version of the MacBook Pro.

The Verge also claims it has received confirmation from a ‘trusted source’.

The MacBook Pros currently use AMD’s Radeon HD 6770M and Radeon HD 6750M for graphics processing. 

There are also reports that Apple will include USB 3 in the next MacBook Air

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