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According to media reports, Apple’s upstream suppliers began large quantities shipments of the new iMac AIO and MacBook Pros laptops this month.

The report said that the sources was from the suppliers, the new MacBook Pros laptop has 13.3 inches retina display, and it’s specifically targeting at students returning to school in September and October and holiday sales season at the end of this year.

In addition, Apple originally planned to launch three new iMacs, but due to capacity constraints, now only the entry-level and mid-level are shipped, and the mass production of high-end has been postponed indefinitely.

Apple iMac global shipments are 101 million in the second quarter of this year, accounting for 2.8% of the total global desktop PC shipments. With 2.23 million shipments worldwide in the first half of this year, Apple has become the world’s fifth-largest desktop PC suppliers. But in the AIO PC area, Apple is still the world’s largest suppliers.

  One Response to “Rumors that Apple’s new iMac AIO and MacBook laptops started shipping”

  1. 19/05/2010 22:42 Με’γεια! Σε ζηλεύω!!! Εγώ ως πρώτο στόχο έχω να πάρω ένα MacBook Pro και έπειτα (όταν ξαναγεμίσει το ταμείο) κανένα MacMini για να το αξιοποιήσω ως Media Center. Άντε να δούμε…Μη ξεχάσεις να γράψεις τις εντυπώσεις σου ε! :P Πες και τα αρνητικά όμως (όλο κ κάτι θα υπάρχει, δε μπορεί!) για να βοηθήσεις κ τα wannabe mac-boys σαν εμένα :-/

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