Loop Rumors<br><br>February 27th, 2008 | 07:50pm CST | Posted by drawbob<br><br>Apple is rumored to be releasing new iMacs this coming Tuesday. German Mac site, MacNotes.de believes that Apple will release a new line-up of iMacs based on the Intel Penryn processors, switching from current Merom based machines.<br><br>If accurate, this release would continue the trend of weekly releases since Macworld.<br><br>Apple is scheduled to host a Special Event next Thursday, March 6th, to roll out the iPhone and iPod Touch software developer kit (SDK). Rumors also indicate that select developers have received an early release and have been working with the SDK for months. This suggests that more than just the SDK will be announced, and possibly some new native applications that will take advantage of the unique touch screen.<br><br>-*-*-*-*-<br><br>Look into your crystal ball and tell me the specifics of this new iMac -- p l e a s e !! <br><br><br><br><br>
Penryn speed in iMac.<br><br>It will be faster than the iBook but not as fast as the lowest Mac Tower. Forget what they're called. Right???<br><br>Nvida 8600 GPU is a good thing, I guess, if it would happen.<br><br>But I don't see what else they can do to an almost perfect [for its time] machine. I am not prejudiced! Ha!<br><br><br><br><br>
Oh Crap! Bummer. Well, it just seems it will be new iMac cause the MacBook is never as fast as the iMac low end, is it? I'm just guessing but that's what triggered my thoughts.<br><br>Well, it has happened to me in the past. Carp should be pleased with his iMac though. I know I love mine better than any I've ever had, including my beloved 'lamp' iMac that died without Applecare. . . boo hoo. . .<br><br>
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