Apple launches LED Cinema Display designed specifically for MacBook

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Apple wants you to treat your new MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air to a fantastic display, and so it’s revamped its Cinema Display just for the new family of notebook computers.

The crystal clear 24-inch LED-backlit widescreen monitor has iSight camera and speakers built in, and comes with a three-in-one cable with a MagSafe power connector, Mini DisplayPort, and USB connection…

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Andy MerrettApple launches LED Cinema Display designed specifically for MacBook

Apple unveils new 13-inch MacBook and 15-inch MacBook Pro

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Apple has taken the wraps off two new notebooks: the 13-inch MacBook and 15-inch MacBook Pro.

The 13-inch MacBook features a precision aluminium unibody enclosure — in other words, it’s constructed from a single solid piece of metal and is much thinner than its predecessor. Not as thin as the MacBook Air, of course, but not bad at 2.41cms.

The ultra-thin 13.3-inch LED backlit display is bright, yet the whole unit is thinner than its outdated LCD relative. It can display up to 1,280 x 800 resolution…

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Andy MerrettApple unveils new 13-inch MacBook and 15-inch MacBook Pro

ROUNDUP: New Apple Macbook rumours

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On Wednesday Tech Digest has been cordially invited to an Apple event called “The spotlight turns to notebooks”. There have been plenty of rumours swirling around regarding a cheap, netbook-y, Macbook arriving, but over the weekend a few more details surfaced about what we’re likely to see.

Firstly, it’s now pretty much given that Apple are going to dump Intel’s integrated graphics chipsets in favour of NVidia’s MCP79 platform. Don’t worry – I’m not expecting you to know what that is off the top of your head. Basically, the NVidia chipset is smaller, faster and more versatile than Intel’s integrated graphics chips…

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Duncan GeereROUNDUP: New Apple Macbook rumours

RUMOUR: Apple to cheapen the Macbook?

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Blurry shots are popping up across the internet of a new Macbook model, which has been anticipated for a little while now. We don’t normally report on blurry Apple photos, because they’re often just the creations of fanboys with too much time on their hands. This one’s notable though – because there’s chatter that it might arrive at a substationally lower price point than current Apple Macbooks….

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Duncan GeereRUMOUR: Apple to cheapen the Macbook?

RUMOUR: New Apple MacBook laptops on 14th October

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We may only just have had the Apple music press conference and launch of the new iPod family but where would the internet community be if it was not exposing the next products that Apple has in store before Steve Jobs intends to? The word today is that next up is the redesign of the MacBook laptop line.

No word, as yet, on what to expect but it’s thought that 14th October…

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Daniel SungRUMOUR: New Apple MacBook laptops on 14th October

Most beautiful MacBook concept to date – check out the blue LEDs! Phwroar!

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Steve Jobs sure did disappoint at the WWDC event last week, didn’t he? Not only did he announce an underwhelming iPhone, he also failed to announce new MacBooks which we were all expecting.

Perhaps if we drop enough hints he’ll realise what we really want from a MacBook is a slim exterior, with…blue LEDs! Hey, if it worked for Tron, it can work for Apple, with the above concept being at the pinnacle of hope for a new range….

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Katherine HannafordMost beautiful MacBook concept to date – check out the blue LEDs! Phwroar!

New MacBooks to contain LED backlit screens, boost Greenpeace's opinion on Apple

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Added to the multi-touch trackpads, slimmer and lighter frames and potential new aluminum casings, MacBooks will soon be outfitted with LED backlights.

According to DigiTimes, a Taiwanese BLU manufacturer Kenmos Technology will provide Apple with the LED units for their new MacBook range, in addition to the MacBook Airs and Pros which already feature the technology. Little else is known about the deal, however this is one step closer to the birth of a new, green Apple, with LED…

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Katherine HannafordNew MacBooks to contain LED backlit screens, boost Greenpeace's opinion on Apple

Apple rumour #78,941 for the week – new MacBooks in as little as six weeks?

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Thankfully another rumour from inside Cupertino has reared its smooth white head, with a Commercial Times article claiming that we’ll be seeing an upgrade to the MacBook range in the third quarter of 2008.

For anyone holding out for a new MacBook, that’s at least six weeks away, and even then, it’s still just rumour. The rumours this time around seem to be based on two Taiwanese flat-panel makers receiving orders for up to 3 million units for new MacBooks.

Most believe the revision will…

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Katherine HannafordApple rumour #78,941 for the week – new MacBooks in as little as six weeks?

Apple rumour #948,261: new MacBooks in June?

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Exciting news for those who’ve been considering migrating over to the iCrowd, but on the other hand, bad news for those who recently bought a MacBook. Yes, it’s that time of year when rumours surface about a MacBook line refresh!

According to Apple Insider, Jobs and co. are preparing a new MacBook line upgrade, slimming them down, giving them larger track pads for the multi-touch technology seen on the Air, and putting aluminum and stainless steel finishes on them. New keyboards round off the rumoured upgrades, however no…

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Katherine HannafordApple rumour #948,261: new MacBooks in June?