Hidden configuration files found in Boot Camp Assistant suggest Apple (AAPL) may be readying a redesign for its iMac and Mac Pro line of computers, according to AppleInsider. The files contain information that lets the software know what Mac models can install a second operating system from a USB flash drive. While the list includes the existing MacBook Pro and MacBook Air computers, it also includes two new Mac models that have not been released yet — the sixth-generation Mac Pro and the thirteenth-generation iMac. AppleInsider speculates that Apple’s latest desktop computers may omit optical drives after looking at the data — the website notes that while Boot Camp’s list includes models with optical drives, most of the Macs in the supported list do not have physical media drives.
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