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Friday, 17 December 2010 09:00

Apple preparing new models

Written by David Stellmack
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MacBook Pro & iMac to get 1H 2011 refresh
As has been suspected for some time with the announcement that Apple would be moving away from nVidia chipsets in the new round of releases, sources are confirming to us that refreshed versions of the MacBook Pro and iMac should be expected to arrive in the first half of 2011.

Our sources are confirming that the refresh will include a slightly updated housing for the MacBook Pro, while the iMac is expected to change screen sizes and offer a lower price point model. Beyond the physical, the refresh is expected to include new chipset and CPU offerings as well as maybe some new SSD possibilities.

As DigiTimes has confirmed in their writings, as well, Foxconn and Quanta will be manufacturing the new models for Apple. It is expected that some time after CES we should have a better idea of when the new models will arrive.

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David Stellmack

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