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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by iMacmatician, Nov 27, 2010.
I don't know how reliable the source is, but from Three Guys and a Podcast (as seen on Slashgear):
This was covered on the Page 1 as well
It;s not reliable. If it's not coming from apple I don't believe it.
In the same manner that the MacBook air did not replace the traditional 13" MacBook Pro, Apple is likely to leave one legacy 15" design in the lineup for those not yet comfortable with Apple's new direction. The traditional model is likely to slot into the $1,799 position with upgrade options available, while the new MacBook Pros will start at $1,999 and scale up according to configuration.
Well, this is clear as mud.
$1800 for a current 15" MBP?
$2000 for a 13" revised MBP?
If so... utter BS.
Then nothing is reliable.
Apple never releases any information about it's upcoming product.
This is the reason for the existance of this site.
By the way, every rumor about MacBook Air (11" and 13") 2010 were true after the official release.
Some rumors are absurd, some rumors are plausible and some rumors are really convincing.
In this case, it's plausible.
I must have missed that on the front page