Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 5th Nov 2005 17:51 UTC
Apple Without getting into specific dates at this time, sources familiar with Apple's Macintosh hardware roadmap say the company is striving to unveil a completely redesigned set of Intel iBook laptops just in time for next year's K-12 educational buying season, which takes place around April or May. Expected to make its debut even earlier than the new iBooks will be Apple's first Intel-based PowerBook, sources added.
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Ugh! These articles kill me!
by Tuishimi on Sat 5th Nov 2005 23:55 UTC
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I am so excited for the new Mactel mini's to get released. If the are announced in January I will be one of the happiest geeks alive. But now maybe it is April. But Steve says June. AAAAAARRRRGGGHHHHH!

Yonah will be a solid CPU. I do like AMD, they've created some great CPUs. But Intel is no slouch, they get a bad rap all of the time for their early P4's, but their CPUs were pretty decent up to that point.

I'm starting to get excited now. The first second Apple announces that they are taking pre-orders for the new mini's I am all over it.

I've been wondering about that, btw... with the lack of Apple announcing new mini's w/64MB VRAM and the faster 1.3 and 1.5 CPUS... I have been wondering if they are just using better equipment because they are running out of the older chips? But that would not explain the extra VRAM. Oh well.

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