Apple on Tuesday shipped its recently introduced Intel-based MacBook Pro, surprising customers with processors speeds that are faster than previously announced. The new laptops are available beginning this week with speeds up to 2.16GHz.
“We are shipping the fastest available microprocessor available in the Intel Core Duo family that they can produce,” Dave Russell, Apple’s Senior Director of Portables and Wireless, told Macworld
I still don’t like the name and I will not get a new Mac for a while, particularly to wait for more apps to be Universal. (Although I hear Office for Mac, for example, runs fin in “Rosetta.”)