The image above represents the full pricing matrix for new devices expected to unveil in a few days at the Worldwide Developers Conference. You will notice the Mac Pros, Retina MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, and iMacs that we discussed before at length.

We have more notes on the unlabeled parts below—including the newly identified RAM update:

Standalone kits are probably iPod shuffles as the PD code represents “personalization” (which is engraving).

K5BPLUS BETTER = Entry Mac Pro


and K5BPLUS BEST = Higher End Mac Pro

$12.00 accessory most likely a new iPod Shuffle connector

$99 MD564ZM/A would likely be a new (USB3?)Super Drive

The $35 adapter would be a new (USB 3.0 Gigabit?) Ethernet adapter

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