Apple may launch Intel laptops: analyst

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  1. Farid

    Farid Artist formely known as Vysez
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    So, we can forget about the 970MP?
     
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    Um, I hate to be the one to do this to you, but that's been seriously old-hat news for about 6 or 7 months (that Apple was going x86/Intel). Moreover, the 970MP is currently shipping in PowerMacs now :)

    What is news in that report is that its likely it'll happen in January, as opposed to the vague "1H '06" that Jobs was saying previously.
     
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    Apple will also be launching a media centered version of the Mac Mini using an Intel processor in January.
     
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    Well, various Mac web sites already reported rumors of a early introduction of Intel based Mac in January for quite some time. Of course, it's different weight when come from Citigroup :)
    Another site even said that the first Intel Mac will be a Mac mini with home media center functionailty.
     
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    If I were a betting man, I'd say february not january.
     
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