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MacBook Pro rumors

Apple may have been planning an announcement about its recent take on their own MacBook Pro scheduled next week, as rumors speculate.

Sources of the Mac rumors cited that there are people who are familiar about the issue and these people have been conversing with some employees in the Apple camp; the employees had been warned about a big product launch that they still didn’t know about. Well most rumors said that it’s going to be about the MacBook Pro.

What is the hype all about? It’s said that MacBook Pros are going to be sporting a new power source, Intel “Sandy Bridge” processors. But not to worry, the buggy things that were discovered by Intel in the last generation of Core processors aren’t expected to have an effect on the new machines.

If you still remember it, Intel actually said something about new MacBook Pros running a more improved processor before Apple was able to make some serious announcement on their products; and now it’s kinda happening again. Oh well, I guess we just have to live with this one. And the rumors are cool and all, but I guess it would be best if we heard the official statement/announcement from Apple itself.

What do we all expect though? Most of the fans have all been dying to get their hands on the 13, 15, and 17-inch laptops and other watchers anticipate MacBooks to be thinner, lighter and maybe even less expensive than what we have right now. I don’t know if that is a possibility, but all our fingers are crossed on this one.

Anyway, true or not, these MacBook rumors are a welcome diversion from the hype and rumors about the iPhone 5 which actually makes most of my friends stressed out just thinking about it.

Your thoughts

What about you? What do you have in mind? Do you hear rumors other than what we’ve read so far? What do you expect the new MacBook Pros to be? What do you like to add?

Let us all know in the comments!

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