Look inside Apple’s big-selling contraption – and think about what that extra space inside could be filled with in that there future Mac OS X-powered iPad model some once predicted the company would release later this year, or was that a lot of Air?
Sure enough around 1:30pm the Apple Press Release appeared – so read all about the new Macs in the release below – they’re faster, offer excellent battery lives and we’re very curious about the graphics processor.
Apple Updates MacBook Pro Line
CUPERTINO, California—April 13, 2010—Apple® today updated the MacBook® Pro line with faster processors, powerful next-generation NVIDIA graphics and even longer battery life. The popular 13-inch MacBook Pro features the new NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics processor for up to 80 percent faster graphics and a groundbreaking 10-hour built-in battery.* The new 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pro models feature Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and Apple’s new automatic graphics switching technology that toggles seamlessly between powerful NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M and energy efficient Intel HD Graphics processors.
The new MacBook Pro is as advanced on the inside as it is stunning on the outside,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “With faster processors, amazing graphics and up to three more hours of battery life, the new MacBook Pro delivers both performance and efficiency.”
I’ll make no secret saying it, I know money doesn’t make you happy, but I bet it bloody helps! Come on, who wouldn’t want to live in the comfy womb-like lap of luxury, enjoying long languorous evenings with your string of lovers. But love gets tiring sometimes, so what do the idle rich do then? Why, they buy themselves this $208,000 gem-encrusted pure Platinum MacBook Air, of course! Continue reading
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s rumours claiming Apple may release a touchscreen iMac and that it is developing video eyeglasses for its media players, this morning’s speculation claims the company will introduce a $599 ‘netbook’ in early 2009.
Naturally, this particular claim – an enduring notion that’s been up and down all year – comes from the analysts at Technology Business Research, where Ezra Gottheil has put their name to the idea.