New 2011 MacBook Pro Laptops Are Imminent And Possibly Stunning

Posted: Feb 21 2011, 2:28am CST | by , in Apple


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The rumors of new 2011 MacBook Pro laptops have been intensifying over the last couple days. All points now to Apple releasing new MacBook Pros this week. Apple could release the new Sandy Bridge based MacBook Pro as early as tomorrow. Other rumors point to a Thursday release.

Apple has now changed the shipping timeframe for the current MacBook Pro on the Apple Site to 3-5 days. As already highlighted last week the MacBook Pro is one of the Apple products you should not buy as a new version is imminent. If you order now a MacBook Pro on the Apple Store, you sure will get a call from Apple that your order will have to be changed to the new 2011 MacBook Pro.
Engadget adds more confirmation that the new MacBook Pro is arriving at stores as we I write this. Best Buy has added new SKUs in their inventory system that should be new MacBook Pros.

The new MacBook Pro could be a real stunner, if this Intel ad is really showing a 2011 MacBook Pro. Apple is expected to launch five new MacBook Pro laptops with model numbers MC720, MC721, MC723, MC724 and MC725.

Apple could also introduce the new super fast light peak port in the new 2011 MacBook Pro.

More hot Apple rumors can be found in our Apple News Hub including rumors of the iPhone 5, iPhone nano/budget and iPad 2.

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