updated 10:49 am EDT, Thu June 6, 2013
AirPort Extreme, Time Capsule may get matching updates
The MacBooks on the verge of a WWDC update are MacBook Airs, a source indicates. New pricing data for leaked SKUs is said to match that for current-generation Airs. Conversely, there has yet to be any leaked pricing for new Retina MacBook Pros, despite low stock of the notebook. That could mean the Pro will only be updated sometime after the Air.
9to5Mac adds that supplies of the AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule are low, which suggests they could be among the peripherals Apple will update next week. It's speculated that both the routers and the Air may be upgraded to 802.11ac Wi-Fi, particularly since OS X 10.8.4 -- released earlier this week -- incorporates support for ac-compatible Broadcom chipsets.
The source suggests that Apple may drop the price of the high-end Air in some countries. Why hasn't been explained; the Air is intended to be one of Apple's most affordable computers though, and lowering costs could encourage people to go beyond the base 11-inch model.