Apple: To Launch Updated MacBook Air and Mac Pro Models this Thursday?
According to reports, Apple is targeting a MacBook Air and Mac Pro models launch this coming Thursday.
With so many rumors regarding the upcoming debut of Apple’s MacBook Air and Mac Pro models, finally, a report coming from a 9 to 5 Mac source disclosed that Apple will release its MacBook Air and Mac Pro models this week — along with the OS X Lion preinstalled.
As stated by the source, Apple is ready to launch four new MacBook Air models alongside the latest lineup of two stock configurations, which have the sizes of 11-inch and 13-inch. The company has been holding the release of such devices until they will be able to ship the new machines with OS X Lion being installed. The updated MacBook Air models include:
MC965LL/A – K21, BETTER, BTR-USA
MC966LL/A – K21, BEST, BTR-USA
MC968LL/A – K78, BETTER, BTR-USA
MC969LL/A – K78, BEST, BTR-USA
MC936LL/A – J40, ULTIMATE – USA
MC815LL/A – J40, BETTER – USA
MC816LL/A – J40, BEST – USA
MC914LL/A – J59, BEST – USA
Moreover, Apple is planning to add its current lineup with three standard stock configurations next to a dedicated “Server” configuration. Some reports revealed that the company is preparing for a release sometime in late July or August, so this seems too early as Apple appears to launch the devices this week.
Though the source had not specified the exact date of the launching, Apple is said to be shooting for a release this Thursday, July 14th.View Article Source »