Patrick Wang of Evercore Partners, said in a report that Apple would go "enterprise" this fall, meaning that they would launch a product to target corporate clients.
He believes that they would emulate Microsoft's Surface and build a two-in-one product, coupling a tablet and a laptop to reach "productivity" users. This would signal a change of heart at Apple, as they've spent the last few years dismissing the Surface.
Also the the arrival of the new quad-core A8 processor form Apple would be a big blow to Intel, which at present accounts for 22 percent of the cost of the Macbook Air, whereas the Apple's own processors only account for only 4 percent of the iPad Air's cost. This would be a big challenge for Intel in the coming year.