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Old 09-03-2011
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Apple announced the iMac and MacBook Pro Upgrades

Digitimes claims that besides to a new-fangled iPad modification, Apple is furthermore setting up on upgrading together the MacBook Pro as well as iMac in the earliest half of 2011.The Macbook Pro was previous updated during April of 2010; therefore first-half 2011 reconsideration appears probable. Digitimes' sources consider that four new MacBook Pro models will turn up at that moment. In the meantime, the iMac was further freshly updated during July 2010, and the fresh asserts explain an "innovative panel size" as well as "cost end". Whatever it may be the upcoming models need to reduce cost. What would be they? Does anyone have idea about it?
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Re: Apple announced the iMac and MacBook Pro Upgrades

According to rumors made by the web site DigiTimes , Apple will be upgrading its fleet of computers for this 2011. Coinciding with the upgrade to Mac OS X 10.7 or Lion, will come some changes to the iMac and the MacBook Pro. This would likely than the 2 that also sounds iPad, which is expected as the main feature, the cameras or that, no doubt, have made necessary. There is talk that would be submitted at least four varieties of MacBook Pro with a slight change in appearance. The iMac is not far behind and it would only be another version, but says the page, with prices more generally, in other words more affordable.
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Re: Apple announced the iMac and MacBook Pro Upgrades

The MacBook Pro model is to be maintained a slight facelift, and especially to the operating system OS X Lion made fit. Four new MacBook Pro models will then be selected. As for the design, I could well imagine that there might be an approach to the new MacBook Air. The last time the Pro model received an upgrade last April. As regards selling prices, so I further assume that this will take place regarding price reductions. Also, the iMac will not come in the first half of 2011 short;, Apple will also decide here, lower the price further. Especially in terms of the MacBook Pro model, I am very excited about the first few months in 2011.
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Re: Apple announced the iMac and MacBook Pro Upgrades

Apple has accustomed us to the renewal of its products annually, and this should also be observed with the next iMac and MacBook Pro that could be presented in March. Some Apple retailers would not have enough products available to satisfy the requests, and site like Amazon or Best Buy reported a delivery time of 1 / 2 months. The online Apple Store but is still have availability for the MacBook and iMac and reports delivered in 24 hours. This would mean that Apple is keeping the last stocks of the two products to meet the demands of the official story, and would have closed to send to retailers. In short, then the conference should be announced for the presentation of new models. Among the new features provided in these new models, Apple should integrate thunderbolt technology and use of Intel's Sandy Bridge i3, i5 and i7.
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Re: Apple announced the iMac and MacBook Pro Upgrades

Long time since we saw rumors about the iMac and MacBook Pro and it seems that it was time he reached some information about these teams, the most sold by the company on the block. The first comments talk about the iMac. Specifically, it says there are too many factors in the air that could cause this renewal. On one side is the new processor architecture that Intel has introduced, long time no small updates and also the launch of a new operating system from Apple for a few months, Lion. In terms of the range MacBook Pro (the most sold by Apple), rumors are born as a result of the shortage we are seeing in some retailers.
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Re: Apple announced the iMac and MacBook Pro Upgrades

Apple will refresh its MacBook Pro and iMac product lines in the first six months of next year. According to a report by the industry portal DigiTimes it would at least four updated MacBook Pros and an iMac with a new screen size "type". Possible that Apple would revive the set number of 24-inch iMacs. Apple will report after the light housing design changes to its notebook and deliver it with the next operating system Lion, which is expected late in the first half. This should help the computer maker to increase its notebook paragraphs 30 to 40 percent, they say. By the end of 2010 about 10 million to Apple laptops are delivered.
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