Monday, December 7, 2009

MacBook Pro January 2010 Getting Core i5 and i7 Processors?

Next issue Intel Core I5 and I7 chips that are optimized for mobile use has led to rumors about the chips in the phones that make photos online Apple MacBook Pro. MacBook Pros had spent several months with no updates - added fuel to the fire of rumors.

Core 2 Duos currently have come to MacBook Pro are taking some of the current processor Intel offers in the area. Intel plans to release three new chips, the design of the chip Arrandale (designed for mobile computers), and reports that the chips are going straight to the new MacBook Pros.

The processors will be added to Intel's Core i7 and i5 line, and their speed range is from 2.4 GHz to 2.66GHz, with prices (the manufacturer, is expected to refer difficult homebuilt computer) ranging from $ 225-332 U.S. dollars. MacRumors is reporting that the first series of processors from it are severe, probably by placing them in high-end MacBook Pros.

MacRumors also suggests that the lower-voltage versions of these things with Intel, you can see on super-thin MacBook Air. MacBook Pro line was last updated in June 2009 and has a processor upgrade, but Apple decided to stay with Intel Core 2 Duo line. The Intel chips Arrandale role of pigment production in January 2010, it was in June 2010 an ideal time for Apple to introduce MacBook Pro with a new restore i5 Core and Core i7 chip. Only a few days ago we reported on a rumor that Intel is a super high-end I9 Core processors could be sent to Apple Mac Pro desktop.

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