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Apple to Make Mac Computer Made In USA Again

Tim Cook will reveal in an interview tonight on NBC's Rock Center that one of the Mac computer lines will be exclusively made in the United States next year.

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Apple to Make Mac Computer Made In USA Again

Apple does the right thing and will start manufacturing hardware again the United States. This big announcement will be made tonight in an interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook in NBC's Rock Center with Brian Williams.

Which Mac will be built in the United States remains a secret. I would though guess it is the iMac or Mac Pro. I do not think you can transplant the laptop production to the United States that easily.

Rock Center with Brian Williams will air Thursday at 10pm/9c on NBC.

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