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post #161 of 168
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Originally Posted by MacBookAir77 View Post

Well they were like "quick take them away before another person sees it!" but they were also at the Fry's next door

Wait! Both your local Apple Store and your local Fry's accidentally put out the new MacBook Pro's almost a week ago. Hmm... what is that I feel... oh yes.. its credulity being strained.
post #162 of 168
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Originally Posted by strachanjm View Post

Wait! Both your local Apple Store and your local Fry's accidentally put out the new MacBook Pro's almost a week ago. Hmm... what is that I feel... oh yes.. its credulity being strained.

He's just after blog hits and subscribers. From his story this is what he's saying.


Apple opens the store and puts away the old Macbook Pros and puts out the new ones.

Then when someone asks about them they're completely clueless and dumbfounded. They apparently panic and put them away.

Then amazing next door Frys (Which I assume is another electronics store) has the same new models out!



Yeah... that's bullshit.
post #163 of 168
LOL I don't know if that's true man..... but according to MacRumors, a new product is supposidly coming out this week. They think its a revision of the whole notebook lineup (Macbook and Macbook Pro) that's why it took so long to get the chips and stuff.
http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=440914
post #164 of 168
I think its a very bad sign that BB is advertising the Time Capsule in this weeks circular. That makes me suspect that this Tuesday's product add to the Apple store is Time Capsule and not an updated MBP. I could be wrong, I hope I'm wrong, but my guess is that I'm right. (sigh)

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post #165 of 168
I am hearing that very few mainstream Penryn processor machines have shipped yet. Still Penryn supply does not yet appear to be optimised. WTF? Anyone else have info on this.

If this is true, then it may mean that MBPs WILL not arrive Tuesday after all.
post #166 of 168
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Originally Posted by John.B View Post

I think its a very bad sign that BB is advertising the Time Capsule in this weeks circular. That makes me suspect that this Tuesday's product add to the Apple store is Time Capsule and not an updated MBP. I could be wrong, I hope I'm wrong, but my guess is that I'm right. (sigh)

Am I the only one confused by people who keep saying things like "this Tuesday's product add to the Apple store is Time Capsule"? Time Capsule is already announced and already added to the Apple Store. Sure, its not shipping yet, but it doesn't need to be added to the site. It just needs to be shipped. Does Apple usually use Tuesday to announce that they are shipping product that they already announced?
post #167 of 168
You know how I said that the MacBook I saw had muliti-touch it looks excatly like the one I saw I was right!!
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post #168 of 168
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Originally Posted by MacBookAir77 View Post

You know how I said that the MacBook I saw had muliti-touch it looks excatly like the one I saw I was right!!

Except the MacBook didn't get the new multi-touch! What color is they sky in your little world?

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