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Apple: The spotlights turns to notebooks. October 14th 2008

October 9, 2008

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Will it be 14, 16, and 18?

Apple sends out select invitations for notebooks related event today with the tag-line “The spotlight turns to notebooks.” The event is set to take place at Apple’s Town Hall in Cupertino. Based on rumors and speculations, Apple will be introducing it’s new notebooks line-up. Numerous pictures are hitting the web claiming to be the part of the new Apple notebooks.

To summarize the currently circulating rumors and leaks, Apple will be dropping the Polycarbonate MacBook in favor of new Aluminum MacBook. Price point is set to be as low as $800.00 for the entry level notebook.

According to our imaginary source who seems to be a pathological liar, who claims to be a person who works for Apple and is not Phil Schiller (again?), the new MacBook Pro will have the option for Quad-Core CPU. It will only be available for the larger model. We are not sure if that applies only for the 17-inch model or also for the 15-inch model. We are guessing the the Quad-Core option will be available for the 15-inch model. Our source assures us that the new Apple notebooks pack a surprise feature, but refuses to disclose further informations.

Other informations we receive is that Apple is also preparing new desktop line-up set to be unveiled in MacWorld San Francisco 2009, along with iLife ’09 and iWork ’09. New features of iLife ’09 and iWork ’09 will rely heavily on the “Core” system of Mac OS X (Core Animations, Core Graphics, etc.). It is said the certain features are only available on Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Even though the date is set, Apple might choose to unveil the new iLife and iWork suite after MacWorld San Francisco 2009.

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