Apple Store Is Down, Awaiting New 2011 MacBook Pro

Posted: Feb 24 2011, 6:46am CST | by , Updated: Feb 25 2011, 1:11am CST, in Rumors | Apple

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Apple is expect to unveil new MacBook Pro laptops today. The Apple Store is already down globally in preparation for the new line of MacBook Pro and maybe even more.

It is now very likely that Apple will introduce a new high-speed port dubbed Thunderbolt in the new MacBook Pro computers. Thundebolt has been known as Intel Light Peak up to this point.

What has been rumored so far about the new MacBook Pro is very promising. We expect five new MacBook Pro models with 13, 15 and 17-inch screen sizes, Intel Sandy Bridge chipset, SSD boot drive option, Thunderbolt Port and FaceTime HD camera. If we are lucky Apple will make the new MacBook Pro even thinner.

The Apple Store should go live again in the next couple of hours. It will be later than usual as Intel is expect to announce Thunderbolt (aka Light Peak) before Apple releases the new MacBook Pros. Intel is supposed to unveil the 10Gb/s port at 10am PDT according to CNET.

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