New 2011 MacBook Air and Mac Pro launch this week, Part Numbers surface
As already expected, Apple is launching new hardware along the OS X Lion release.
Apple is anticipated to release OS X Lion this Thursday, July 14. Rumors about the new 2011 MacBook Air started to get aligned with the OS X Lion release a couple weeks ago. The new MacBook Air will feature new Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs and the Thunderbolt port. Today 9to5Mac got a tip from their source Mr. X that included the new internal part numbers for the MacBook Air.
Apple is supposed to release four new MacBook Air models. The pre-configured MacBook Air choices include two 11-inch and two 13-inch models. There will also built-to-order options that let you adjust RAM and CPU upgrades.
Along with the MacBook Air release, Apple is also supposed to release new MacPro machines. The new Mac Pro is supposed to have a new case design and obviously will feature the Thunderbolt port. Apple will of course make the new Mac Pro systems the fastest yet.
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