Here’s some very interesting news for those of you who prefer Apple’s MacBook Pro to other laptops and are eagerly anticipating a newer model this year. We could be seeing a new model within 2011 as production for the current model begins cease.
This news comes from an article over at Apple Insider who reports that customers having problems with their custom built MacBook Pros and wanting hardware replacement, could have to wait up to 8 weeks as supplies are limited. You can read more about this news by clicking right here.
At the moment the latest model that Apple currently have available is the MacBook Pro. Their typical 15-17” comes with a 2.66GHz Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia GPU, 320GB HDD, 4GB RAM all run on Mac OS and come complete with full HD display. For more about the MacBook pro and full specs visit their official website here.
Newer models are rumored to not include Nvidia’s GPU, instead the smaller models will rely on Intel’s Sandy Bridge with integrated graphics and the larger models will have theirs provided by AMD.
What do you think of these rumors, enough to expect a new model this year?
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