Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Nov 2005 19:08 UTC
Apple The first commercial Apple Macintosh computers running on Intel processors may be released a bit earlier than expected, believes UBS Investment Research analyst Ben Reitzes. He claims that Apple will have new products and content to announced at the Macworld Expo scheduled for early January and notes that Intel is expected to unveil its dual-core Yonah processor for mobiles also early next year.
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I so badly want to believe...
by Tuishimi on Wed 9th Nov 2005 00:25 UTC
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...that they will be here for January. But didn't Intel say that Yonah won't even be ready until then, at least? So if that is the case, they cannot be building Mactel mini's with Yonahs... I'll wait, if this all comes to pass, until April, when I think they will really be released.

But if they come in January, I am selling my dogs and cat and parrots (I'll keep the wife and kids) and buying one!

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RE: I so badly want to believe...
by on Wed 9th Nov 2005 12:27 in reply to "I so badly want to believe..."
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" I so badly want to believe..."

What a loser.

Yohah is garbage. If it even makes it out the door next year...

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Tuishimi Member since:

That's a nice thing to say about someone. I can see commenting about the chip, but don't attack a person for what they say.

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