Apple Releases the iPhone 4S in 22 Other Countries

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(Queues for the iPhone 4S in Singapore)

The iPhone 4S was released in further 22 countries yesterday including Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg , Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. That brings a grand total of 29 countries that are retailing the iPhone 4S. Read More

New MacBook Pro Could Be Launched

According to 9to5Mac, Apple is constraining the supply of all current MacBook models, in anticipation of a refresh of the line of the product. They also claim that the part numbers for new MacBook Pros have shown up in Apple’s inventory. The model numbers are K90IA for the new 13 inch model, K91A for the 15 inch and K92A for the 17 inch model. Read More

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Apple Store is Down, New MacBook Pros Coming

Alright folks, in a short while Apple is going to release a brand new lineup of MacBooks Pros. The online Apple Store is down now as Apple is busy updating it. As noted earlier, Apple will announce five new models of the MacBook Pro including a 17 inch model. The new laptops would be faster, lighter, and hopefully cheaper. We’ll find out shortly.

Core i7 on a MacBook Pro!

The latest rumor about the MacWorld floating around is that an Intel i7 powered MacBook Pro is gonna make its way. GeekBench results for a “new” Core i7 MacBook Pro. According to the results, what you’re looking at above are the numbers for the MacBook Pro 6,1, sporting a nastified Intel Core i7 (dual core, not quad) 620M (Arrandale) percolating along at 2.66GHz. Other curious points here are the 4.8GHz FSB, which sounds a little screwy to us, and a final GeekBench score of 5260, which makes current MBPs clocked at the same speed look like your grandfather with a walker (those ranges hover around 3700-4000 on average). The laptop in question is also allegedly running a fresh version of Snow Leopard (build 10C3067 of 10.6.2), which certainly makes sense if someone is out there benching a new Apple product, though it’s not a number we can verify. Still, if you were using a new Apple product, would you be dumb enough to publicly share this info? Probably not, which of course raises the question that this might just be a hackintosh or some other clever spoof (even if we did see a suggestion of new MBPs on the way recently). Till then, you could dream about it and we will provide you further updates.