I wouldn't trust any info from MacWhispers. It's run by the same guy who ran (or tried to) MacTable.com - which was basically other people's tables and ridiculously inflated prices. Basically, you paid him up front, and he would order the table from someone else and ship it to you (yes, you could go to the other company and order it yourself).<br><br>He's now trying the same thing with MacMice.com - which is basically another company's mouse at two to three times the price, repackaged to look like it was "specially developed for the Mac platform."<br><br>
Gee, what a great dodge that is! Now, can I put it to use . . . <br><br>Nah, I don't believe any of the rumor sites, but it's fun to see them all grinding away <br><br><br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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Aaah, but Macwhispers isn't the only one describing this. Here's a similar but slightly different story at Architosh. I'm sure they aren't much more credible, I think I remember Gizmo saying that they were full of doo-doo a while back? An interesting read anyway, which is *mostly* what this anyway... that and an incentive to continue to save money so I can give it all to Apple again <br><br>Seems to me that lately the only really solid rumor site has been ThinkSecret, but if you notice, most of their "rumors" come out a lot later than other sites, sometimes only days before.<br><br>
Architosh is run by MacNN - which I don't particularly care for, and is rarely accurate in the rumor department. As far as rumor sites, I find that think secret is usually the most accurate, while macrumors.com is also accurate, but usually gets their info from other sites - (they are more of a "summary" of other sites.)<br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site
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