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 include a slimmer exterior, multi-touch trackpads, and either aluminum and stainless steel cases or just finishes. In June, Intel’s launching their Montevina chips, which are sure to wind up in the new models.